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Jacqueline Pearce looking nervous
It seems that she did a print ad for a home computer back in 1980:


It's the first pictorial item on the web page.

A picture of Jacqueline and the TI-99/4 computer (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texas_Instruments_TI-99/4A) followed by a caption.


Jacqueline Pearce the scheming Servalan in the TV series Blake 7, looks at the first talking computer for the home, made by Texas Instruments and retailing for 995.
Ref #: PA.5786338.
Date: 10/04/1980

According to an inflation calculator (http://www.in2013dollars.com/uk/inflation/1980?amount=995) that 1980 purchase price would be worth about 4,231 in 2019.

(I have included a link to display the ad image and quoted the caption text in this post without asking permission of the source web site since I think it is a case of "fair use". Please inform me if it is otherwise.)
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