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  PCW Magazine - 17/3 1983
Issue number 11 of volume 2. Includes a feature on the Oric computer and its future.

In Excellent condition. 9/10.

Popular Computing Weekly, or PCW magazine, was a weekly publication covering the hardware and software launches of the day, and was also famed for its hilarious Pi-Man comic strip throughout the mid-1980s.

These days PCW provides vital chronological documentation of the story of computing and gaming in the UK as it unfolded.


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