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PEOPLES ★ CPCSTAFF ★
TITLES YEAR
Malcolm Miller - Amstrad Reforms Sinclair
Gary Kildall - l'Homme Qui Aurait Pu Etre Bill Gates
Marion Vannier - Amstrad Console Ou Non (Tilt)1990
Marion Vannier - Rencontre Avec uneFemme Remarquable1987
Marion Vannier - Interview (Micro News)1990
Michel Guillemot
Alan Sugar Monsieur Amstrad
Amstrad la Saga (Tilt)1988
Roland Perry
William Poel - Good Bye William (Amstrad Computer User)1986
William Poel - Poel's Opinion (Popular Computing Weekly)1985
John Chandler - The Man Behind the CPC464 Launch In Australia (The Amstrad User)1985
Alan Sugar has been made an Honorary Doctor of Science (New Computer Express)1988
Hip to be Square (New Computer Express)1989
Ces Ordinateurs Sont Dangereux: L'aventure Amstrad1993
Marion Vannier - Le phénomène CPC 4641985
A star is born (New Computer Express)1988
The birth of a notion: the CPC (New Computer Express)1988
Barry Young Interview (New Computer Express)1989
TITLES YEAR
Amstrad - le Mystere des Disquettes 3 Pouces (Science et Vie Micro)1986
AMSTRAD FRANCE ABANDONNE LE « CPC »1988
Amstrad PC 1512 : Les Concurrents Declarent Forfait (Science et Vie Micro)1986
Amstrad se méfie du Familial1987
Amstrad triomphe! (SVM)1987
La Verite sur Miss X (Amslive fanzine)
Amstrad fait le ménage (SVM)1987
Amstrad nets £75m profit from PCW (1986/10)1986
Noël 87 : On a Manqué d'Ordinateurs Familiaux1987
Mykaia (Amslive fanzine)
Rachat de Sinclair par Amstrad: Alan Sugar s'explique1986
Maria Whittaker
Amstrad fait des Vagues dans le Logiciel1985
Amstrad hits Tape Copy Row (Popular Computing Weekly)1985
Amstrad des Mickeys! (HEBDOGICIEL)1986
La Ruée vers l'Amstrad (Science et Vie Micro)1985
Poum (Alain Massoumipour) (Another World fanzine)
AMSTRAD: mais qu'est ce qui ne va pas?1986
Peoples
Amstrad vies with Atari at Chicago (Popular Computing Weekly) 1986
Amstrad plans 16-bit portable (Popular Computing Weekly)1985
AMSTRAD's PC2000 Hard Disk Sensation (New Computer Express)1989
Amstrad acts over PC allegations (Popular Computing Weekly)1986
Amstrad axe for warranty (Popular Computing Weekly)1986
Amstrad defies yen and cuts the cost of its 3 inch discs (Popular Computing Weekly)1986
Amstrad/Camif je t'aime moi non plus
Amstrad Profits Reach Record Level (Popular Computing Weekly)1985
Amstrad: a Yen to raise prices (Popular Computing Weekly)1986
CPC464 Launched in a Blaze of Publicity (CPC464 User)1984
Amstrad Goes to School (CPC464 User)1984
Le micro anti-crise (CPC464 User)1984
Amstrad's Power Station (New Computer Express)1990
Amstrad Magazine - Petite Guerre des Titres (Science et Vie Micro)
Delays grow for Amstrad's new machines1986
Amstrad dominates Christmas shopping (Popular Computing Weekly)1986
Amstrad Apoiou : 03 Raid a Portugal1988
Steve Wozniak - 19841984
Amstrad blocks plans for QL1985
Pride And Prejudice (Computing With the Amstrad)
Micros en crise 1986 : Le réveil brutal pour les fabricants (Science et Vie)1986
Alan Sugar - 1987 - the Simple Secret Of Making a Fortune (The Amstrad User)1987
Steve Jobs - 19841984
Dealers Back Japs and Amstrad (New Computer Express)1989
Console and CPC Pluses Take 8-bits Into The '90s (New Computer Express)1989
Amstrad ban on copiers at show (Popular Computing Weekly)1986
New Amstrad : Here it is! (New Computer Express)1985
Amstrad Ponders Future of PC200 (New Computer Express)1989
Amstrad sets January date for US launch of its PC 1512 (Popular Computing Weekly)1986
Schneider Story: Angst haben wir keine1986
Schools go for CPCs (Popular Computing Weekly)1985
AMSTRAD Cartridge Console Date Set (New Computer Express)1990
Warum der CPC 6128 auf Europas Märkte kam (Schneider Aktiv)1985
At Last! Amstrad Ends PCW Grief (New Computer Express)1988
AMSTRAD Recovery Surprises the City (New Computer Express)1990
L'effet Amstrad : On Solde ! (L'Ordinateur Individuel)1986
Russian Amstrad PC Shipped Out (New Computer Express)1989
Software houses opt for Amstrad (Popular Computing Weekly)1984
French piracy claim by Pride (Popular Computing Weekly)1986
The disk version of Sir Clive's old stalwart has had its chips (New Computer Express)1990
1986 - The year of the Amstrad (Popular Computing Weekly)1986
Amstrad machine is announced (Popular Computing Weekly)1984
Atari versus Amstrad (Popular Computing Weekly)1986
Launch in Singapore (CPC464 User)1984
AMSTRAD Prepares Major Launches for PC Range (New Computer Express)1991
Amstrad bids for stardom in the City (Popular Computing Weekly)1986
Amstrad Faces Cash Crisis (New Computer Express)1989
Amstrad Plans Cheap Console (New Computer Express)1989
Amstrad Games PC Set for 1991 Launch (New Computer Express)1990
How Amstrad's Sinclair PC200 launch led to chaos at Comet (New Computer Express)1988
Amstrad - plans for 1987 (Popular Computing Weekly)1986
Life and death Amstrad style (Home Computing Weekly)1985
Amstrad Kill 8-Bit (New Computer Express)1990
L'Amstrad PC (Bis) Un compatible pas comme les autres (L'Ordinateur Individuel)1986
A rare miscalculation from the experts af Amstrad (New Computer Express)1989
More Hard Luck for Amstrad (New Computer Express)1989
Amstrad will launch a Z88 style laptop (New Computer Express)1989
AMSTRAD Games PC Gamble (New Computer Express)1989

Alan Sugar , Monsieur Amstrad
Alan Sugar , "Monsieur Amstrad"
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Marion Vanier ... CPC 664

Marion Vanier ... PC 1512
PEOPLES ★ LES INCLASSABLES ★
TITLES YEAR
Martine Kempf
Pub Tv Amstrad CPC
Codemasters - Cd Games Pack
Psp Ultimate Ghost N Goblins
Qui a Peur des Jeux Video
Sabre Wulf Dans Banjo Tooie
The Cricklewood Dream Factory
Retroremakes 2008 - Cosmic Prison Commando - Carnivac Games
Pub Tv Amstrad CPC - Espagne
Pub Amstrad Marche Americain
Annoncer Mais Jamais Sortie
Pub Tv - Gx4000
Microco-Infos
Codemasters - Darling Brothers Leave Codemasters
Dossier Bd (Amstrad Cent Pour Cent)
Grampian TV's home computer series : Bits ‘n' Pieces

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L'Amstrad CPC est une machine 8 bits à base d'un Z80 à 4MHz. Le premier de la gamme fut le CPC 464 en 1984, équipé d'un lecteur de cassettes intégré il se plaçait en concurrent  du Commodore C64 beaucoup plus compliqué à utiliser et plus cher. Ce fut un réel succès et sorti cette même années le CPC 664 équipé d'un lecteur de disquettes trois pouces intégré. Sa vie fut de courte durée puisqu'en 1985 il fut remplacé par le CPC 6128 qui était plus compact, plus soigné et surtout qui avait 128Ko de RAM au lieu de 64Ko.