Actually made by Amstrad after it took over the Sinclair brand. They wanted to enter the professional market with the Sinclair QL. The QL had failed, so the PC200 was the next attempt. It is actually a very sparse IBM PC XT compatible machine with CGA video, 512K memory and no hard disk. The biggest rivals were the Amiga and Atari ST machines, so this one also flopped and therefore can be called rare.
|Sinclair PC200||534-9531404||Ruud Baltissen|