Sinclair ZX 80 Microcomputer, by Sinclair Research Limited Cambridge, England, United Kingdom, 1980
The Sinclair ZX80 was the first computer made to appeal to the mass market. Sinclair Research Ltd of Cambridge developed it as a build-it-yourself programmable computer that was designed to connect to a television set or cassette recorder. It was small and lightweight, weighing just 12 ounces and was accessible to a much wider sector of the population, being priced at just £99. All these characteristics made the Sinclair ZX80 the forerunner of a whole generation of personal computers.
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- Sinclair Research Ltd.
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