In 1980 the computer revolution was just underway a British inventor and entrepreneur, Clive Sinclair, decided to make computing available to the masses. He released the ZX80, a computer powered by the Z80, as a kit and fully built. This 1K machine was a revolution and quickly followed up by the ZX81 which fixed some flaws.
Then in 1982 he released the ZX Spectrum. This was an iteration of the ZX80 line but improved in every area, including starting at 16K, but more popular in its 48K configuration.
The Spectrum became the UK’s most popular computer and kickstarted the games industry as we know it.
|ZX Spectrum 16K||Sinclair||23/04/1982||£125|
|ZX Spectrum 48K||Sinclair||23/04/1982||£175|
|ZX Spectrum 48K +||Sinclair||October 1984||£179.95|
|ZX Spectrum 128||Sinclair|
|ZX Spectrum +2||Amstrad||January 1987||£149.00|
|ZX Spectrum +3||Amstrad||November 1987||£249.00|
|ZX Spectrum +2A||Amstrad||December 1987||£139.00|
|48K Plus Leg Spring 3D Printable Model||STL||https://www.re-enthused.com/files/Spectrum48kPlusLegSpring.stl|