Timex 1000

The Timex Sinclair 1000 is the first computer from Timex Sinclair, a joint venture of Timex Corporation and Sinclair Research.

The machine was released in July 1982 at a price of $ 99.95, the cheapest computer at the time and the first computer under $ 100.

The computer could be directly connected to a television, after which programs could be loaded via cassette. The machine is almost identical to a Sinclair ZX81, but with 2 kB of memory and NTSC video output.

Catalog type
Micro-Computer
Manufacturer
Release Date
July 1982
Processor
Zilog Z80 @ 3.25 Mhz
Memory
2kB
Operation System
Sinclair Basic

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