Sinclair ZX81

The Sinclair has been particularly popular in England, where Mr. Clive Sinclair was also born. He wanted to make the machine as cheap as possible, which was successful with the ZX80 and ZX81. However, the ZX81's keyboard was not sufficient, so the Spectrum soon followed.

All Sinclair machines are based on a Zilog Z80.

Shortly after the 128 was released, Sinclair was taken over by Amstrad.

Catalog type
Desktop computer
Manufacturer
Release Date
March 1981
Processor
Zilog Z80 @ 3.25 Mhz
Memory
1kB
Operation System
Sinclair Basic

Museum Collection

Set up in the 80s area.

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