This category is for the line of Sinclair computers and their clones. Including but not limited to ZX80, ZX81, ZX Spectrum and QL and clones such as Timex-Sinclair, SAM Coupé, Pentagon 128, Scorpion and so on.
Computers designed by Sir Clive such as the Z88 also falls under this category.
Sites about the various Sinclair magazines. Both official and fan sites. Both existing and gone. Both on-line and paper. Both commercial and fanzine.
Sites relating to the Science of Cambridge MK14.
Clubs, societies and any other type of organisation for people interested in Sinclair computers.
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.
The Sinclair QL was first released in 1984 and used a Motorola 68008 running at 7.5 Mhz, the RAM was 128 kB (upgradable up to 640 kB). It was originally equipped with two microdrives and ran QDOS.
This category also covers clones such as Thor, ODP and Q40.
About the SAM Coupé computer. Including both hardware and software.
Software for the Sinclair computers or remakes of them on other computers, or software to help using Sinclair computers which runs on other hardware.
Emulators are not included here, but under Computers/Emulators/Targets/Sinclair.
Sites relating to the Timex Sinclair computers.
About the Z88 portable computer made by Sir Clive.
Sites relating to the Sinclair ZX80.
For the Sinclair ZX80 and ZX81 computers as well as their clones such as Timex-Sinclair 1000 and 1500.
About the Sinclair ZX Spectrum and its clones such as Timex-Sinclair 2000, Pentagon 128 and so on.