Sinclair MK 14
The first computer from Clive Sinclair. Originally created by Ian Williamson, who asked Clive Sinclair and Chris Curry to create a computer based on the eerste computer uit de stal van Clive Sinclair. Originally conceived by Ian Williamson, who approached Clive Sinclair and Chris Curry to develop a computer based on the National Semiconductor SC/MP 8-bit processor.
Both Sinclair and Curry liked the idea, and Curry made it into a functional computer.
One year later, Chris Curry left the company because he felt that computers should have more power. He co-founded Acorn Computers.
Sinclair on the other hand found this machine a good idea to make cheap computers, and the Sinclair computer brand was created.
One of the most important machines for the English.