Thursday, March 9, 2017

The Sinclair ZX Vega+ shows exactly how not to do an Indiegogo

There’s always an element of risk whenever you back a crowdfunding campaign. Always. It doesn’t matter if the campaign is overfunded, or is backed by a well-known figure in the tech industry, there’s always a chance you don’t get what you paid for. The Sinclair ZX Vega+ is a shining example of this. The Sinclair ZX Vega+ was supposed to take the iconic home computer from the 1980’s, the ZX Spectrum, and transform it into a portable form-factor. This resonated a chord with nostalgic gamers, and the ZX Vega+ smashed its funding goal. By March 27, 2016, it was 367…

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