COVID-19 & Shipping Updates
We are currently experiencing an increased volume of online orders, along with delays and general congestion within our freight and logistic networks. Unfortunately, this is resulting in delays getting some of your orders delivered to you on time. Unaffected services are our FREE 1hr Click & Collect we encourage you to use this service if you need your order urgently. We also have a limited Express/Same Day delivery** service that (for a short time) will be offered at a discounted price of $5 per order.
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This year’s catalogue is both a tribute to our founder, Gary Johnston, who sadly we lost earlier this year, and to what has been at the core of our business since the start, our absolute passion for products.
The back half of the catalogue also features the sections that have grown a lot over the second half of our forty years, particularly as new technology has changed the way we use electronics. Think Switchmode Power Supplies, Wi-Fi, USB and Bluetooth. Here you will find Power, Sight & Sound, IT, Communications and Security.
It also showcases the 3D printer and an iconic Commodore PET mini (approximate dimensions 146mm x 117mm x 100mm). To build this incredible little gaming machine yourself we're glad to highlight the steps involved for you below.
The RetroPie is what turns your Raspberry Pi into a retro-gaming machine.
It's a specialised program built on existing technologies like Raspbian, EmulationStation and RetroArch that brings the world of Arcade favourites, home-console, and classic PC games right to your Commodore PET Emulator. As an added bonus it also allows for a range of configurations so the discerning enthusiast in you can dial in and customise your gaming experience.
RetroPie doesn't comes installed with the Commodore PET emulator however, so we're going to solve that with a few extra steps.
Click below to access labels for that authentic touch... and why not add a coat of paint as well? Bonus points if you can get that aged plastic yellow just right.
Make sure to tag us on social media with photos of your finished builds.