The Sinclair PC 200 is basicly an Amstrad PPC512 but at least it's black and have the Sinclair logo. It's a PC compatible machine with a single 3.5" disk drive a mouse and built-in parallel and serial ports. The graphics is CGA but it has a built-in TV modulator circuit so that a standard colour television can be used.

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Ciaran Brennan find out whether the industry thinks Amstrad's Sinclair PC 200 is the best thing since Blockbusters, or is it as useful as a one-legged cyclist? [Your Sinclair] (February 01, 1989)
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Crash magazine finds the Sinclair PC 200 to be a disappointment. (November 01, 1988)
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Phil South discovers that the new Sinclair is an IBM PC compatible rather than a Spectrum. [Your Sinclair] (November 01, 1988)
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