Photo of a Sinclair ZX81
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The Sinclair ZX81 was the precursor to the ZX Spectrum. Although it was primitive, offering only blocky black and white graphics and no sound, it was one of the first computers to make it into the home, and the first chance to try BASIC programming for many. I took this photo at a retrogames exhibition in Blackpool.
a Sinclair ZX81
|Camera:||Canon EOS 450D|
|Date (GMT):||06/11/11 15:42|
|Original size:||2519 x 1801 pixels|
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