The new Sinclair ZX Spectrum Vega will release on the 24th August via the distributor Funstock.
The redesigned take on the Sinclair ZX Spectrum which originally released in 1982 retails for £99.99 and comes with 1,000 built-in games while connecting to your TV with an AV cable for picture and sound and USB for power.
Unlike the machines inspiration, the Sinclair ZX Spectrum Vega sports a controller-esque layout rather than the proper rubber keyboard familiar to those of us that grew up with the original.
The ZX Spectrum Vega was successfully funded via Indiegogo reaching £155,612 / ~$243,000.
While you can play any ZX Spectrum game you have on SD card including your own programmed games, you can not easily program your own on the Vega unlike the ZX Spectrum which kickstarted the Brit Soft movement in the UK as bedroom coders made an array of games for the machine. The Vega instead has a virtual keyboard you can use with the controller layout.