I’d crowdfund it. Though if they’ve also grabbed the Jupiter Ace, one imagines 
that any plans, however hypothetical, would be for some sort of omnibus 
machine. I don’t see the one with no games and a stack-based programming 
language selling like hot cakes.

> On 13 Apr 2018, at 16:55, Graeme Gregory <x...@xora.org.uk> wrote:
> Sam Coupe Mini?
> On Fri, 13 Apr 2018, at 9:17 PM, RWAP Software wrote:
>> Paul Andrews (Andrews UK) is part of the team behind the original 
>> Sinclair Vega and Vega+ (not the version which Retro Computers Limited 
>> are still struggling to get out to Kickstarter backers), and theC64Mini 
>> which has come out recently.
>> Rich Mellor RWAP Software www.rwapsoftware.co.uk www.sellmyretro.com
>> On 2018-04-13 21:01, Thomas Harte wrote:
>>> Per both Wikipedia and, more convincingly, the UK Intellectual
>>> Property Office, they registered the 'Sam Coupe' trade mark in May
>>> last year for software and hardware.
>>> They also seem to have gone after Jupiter Ace, ZX80, ZX81 and Sinclair
>>> Spectrum so it might just be a name grab but they seem primarily to be
>>> a Luton-based vanity publisher per https://andrewsuk.com/ (which gives
>>> the same address as that with the IPO, so it's the same company) and
>>> there's no obvious value in a trade mark you're not actually going to
>>> use and that nobody else is using so my theories end there.
>>> Does anybody have any more concrete ideas?

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