(Version 0.97.31, Author: Ramsoft staff, 2004. For Windows, DOS)
RealSpectrum is first among
numerous Spectrum emulators which had practically 100% accurate
multicolor emulation. It is probably most featured emulator available.
Current version is some kind mixed DOS-Win, menu usage is with keyboard.
P1 200MHz MMX
is just enough to run at standard speed, but it is with accurate
contended memory emulation. Main menu page is divided in 2 parts,
because of many options:
Everything is here, video recording
works pretty fine. There is even emulation of some IDE harddisk
interfaces. It works with image files of complete hard disks. Of
course, custom ROM is then required. I tested it in 16-bit interface
(Pera Putnik's) mode. On first try it loaded only short files. Then I
modified zxide.rom so, that disc access is in single sector mode, and
then it worked well. It means that IDE emulation is not complete. In
any case very nice feature for Speccy harddisk (interface) owners.