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{{Infobox_company|title1 = Sinclair Research Ltd.|image1 = Sinclair.svg|type = Limited company|founded = Cambridge, England, UK (1973)|headquarters = London, England, UK}}'''Sinclair Research Ltd.''' is a manufacturer and developer of British consumer grade home electronics. Sinclair Research was founded by Sir Clive Sinclair in 1973 in Cambridge, England. Originally the company was incorporated as Westminster Mail Order Ltd. before under going a series of renames, some of which included: Sinclair Instruments Ltd, Science of Cambridge Ltd, Sinclair Computers Ltd, and the finally Sinclair Research Ltd.
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{{Infobox_company|title1 = Sinclair Research Ltd.|image1 = Sinclair.svg|type = Limited company|founded = Cambridge, England, UK (1973)|headquarters = London, England, UK}}'''Sinclair Research Ltd.''' is a manufacturer and developer of British consumer grade home electronics. Sinclair Research was founded by Sir Clive Sinclair in 1973 in Cambridge, England. Originally the company was incorporated as Westminster Mail Order Ltd. before under going a series of renames, some of which included: Sinclair Instruments Ltd, Science of Cambridge Ltd, Sinclair Computers Ltd, and then finally Sinclair Research Ltd.
   
 
Sinclair Research produced many lines of home micro-computers throughout the 1980s to wider success. The first home micro developed and produced by the company was the [[ZX 80]] which was priced at 99.95 GBP. At the time of its release it was the cheapest home micro on the market leading to it being the first choice for many in the quickly developing markets of the 80s micro computers. Just two years after the success of the [[ZX 80]] Sinclair Research released the [[ZX Spectrum]] which quickly became the UK's best selling home micro, beating out similar competition from its competitors [[Commodore International]] and [[Amstrad]].
 
Sinclair Research produced many lines of home micro-computers throughout the 1980s to wider success. The first home micro developed and produced by the company was the [[ZX 80]] which was priced at 99.95 GBP. At the time of its release it was the cheapest home micro on the market leading to it being the first choice for many in the quickly developing markets of the 80s micro computers. Just two years after the success of the [[ZX 80]] Sinclair Research released the [[ZX Spectrum]] which quickly became the UK's best selling home micro, beating out similar competition from its competitors [[Commodore International]] and [[Amstrad]].

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Sinclair Research Ltd. is a manufacturer and developer of British consumer grade home electronics. Sinclair Research was founded by Sir Clive Sinclair in 1973 in Cambridge, England. Originally the company was incorporated as Westminster Mail Order Ltd. before under going a series of renames, some of which included: Sinclair Instruments Ltd, Science of Cambridge Ltd, Sinclair Computers Ltd, and then finally Sinclair Research Ltd.

Sinclair Research produced many lines of home micro-computers throughout the 1980s to wider success. The first home micro developed and produced by the company was the ZX 80 which was priced at 99.95 GBP. At the time of its release it was the cheapest home micro on the market leading to it being the first choice for many in the quickly developing markets of the 80s micro computers. Just two years after the success of the ZX 80 Sinclair Research released the ZX Spectrum which quickly became the UK's best selling home micro, beating out similar competition from its competitors Commodore International and Amstrad.