In June 1983, the Jupiter ACE 16+ was announced, it appears to be a standard issue 1 or issue 2 circuit board in the familiar Jupiter ACE case, but with a 16k RAM pack which was already available as a separate add-on. The is machine with its new name, Jupiter ACE 16+. It would appear to be aimed at people interested in robotics, widening the appeal of FORTH and the ACE to more academic computer uses. A new demonstration tape was advertised in the marketing broaches, but the company's demise in November of the same year meant that the machine was never released.
The Jupiter ACE16+ demo tape is MIA Can you help find it?