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The SPJ-1 (probably Sinclair
Personal Joystick) was produced to accompany Amstrad's unsuccessful
PC200. Unlike the digital SJS1
joysticks produced for the Spectrum
+2 and +3,
this was a fully-fledged analogue joystick, with potentiometers
used to measure input (rather than switches as in its digital
precessors). It was probably a rebadged PC-standard device.
The SPJ-1 was, like its host machine, a flop, and today appears
to be exceptionally rare.
© Chris Owen 1994-2003