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Bob Rosen was the owner of Spectrum Projects, a company based in Woodhaven, New York which sold many products for the Color Computer. Spectrum Projects ran ads in all the major CoCo magazines until February 1988.
In May of 1984, Spectrum Projects moved to San Jose, California until April of 1985 when the West coast office closed.
Spectrum Projects started life as CONNECTION-80 in 1982, selling the popular Colorcom/E Telecommunications software.
Original products included a Light Pen, the Spectrum Remote Reset, Spectrum DOS, the Spectrum Voice Pak, and more...