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This page contains 8 pictures of the Sinclair ZX80 and accessories.
Sinclair Research, headed by Sir Clive Sinclair, started manufacture of
the ZX80 in 1980, it was the first mass-produced computer at an affordable
price. It had 1 Kbyte RAM, which also held the screen memory.
ZX80, and extra 16 Kbyte RAM pack which came later.
ZX80 with top taken off.
Label underneath computer.
Underside towards Mic/Earphone plugs.
Seen from left: MICrophone output, EARphone input, DV 9 volt input. In the
middle is the UHF converter (where the TV connects to), and to the right is
the expansion port.
16Kbyte RAM pack for the ZX80, also works on the ZX81. This end goes towards the computer.
RAM pack, seen from the back.