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Gallery: The outer limits of vintage technology

More Sinclair-branded products, although only 1984's business-oriented QL (closest to the camera) was actually made by Sinclair itself.?

?In 1986, Sinclair folded and Amstrad bought the rights to the name and the technology, subsequently producing the Sinclair Spectrum128 +2 and +3, and the PC200 (furthest away). The PC200, the last computer to bear the Sinclair name and logo, was a cut-down IBM compatible PC with little expandability and very quirky hardware: it was not a success.?

Photos and captions: Rupert Goodwins, ZDNet UK