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What doesn't (yet) fit in other forums can go here.
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Although Sinclair did a lot more than computers (radios, calculators, etc.) we'll focus just on the computers here, from the ZX80 to the 128K range. We include all the clones as well as the Amstrad range as they were designed around the Sinclair model.

As for colour clash, I don't know what you're talking about...

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Released in 1989, the SAM Coupe was promoted as the 'logical upgrade' for the Spectrum due to software and screen compatibility. Miles Gordon Technology were previously known for their hardware, such as the Disciple drive.
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The Spectrum Adventurer on Twitter
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From the classic breadbin design to the more space-age, it's in here.
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Jack Tramiel Interview from '89
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Yes, including the BBC.
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A Bargain!
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Amstrad CPC 464
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Amiga, Atari ST, etc? This is the place to talk about these wonders...
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