The Sinclair ZX Spectrum is an 8-bit computer based on the Zilog Z80A microprocessor, manufactured by the British company Sinclair Research and launched on the market on April 23, 1982.
In Europe, the Sinclair ZX Spectrum It was one of the most popular home microcomputers of the 1980s.
Its streamlined and compact design delighted thousands of computer and video game fans. Even today, thousands of Spectrum fans continue to play their games (with emulators that upload their files downloaded from tapes). In addition there is a collecting market for both original game tapes and Spectrum itself.
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