- Oct 9, 2009
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The inventor, entrepreneur and ZX Spectrum creator died at his London home following a long illness.
The prolific innovator invented the pocket calculator and the ill-fated Sinclair C5 electric car.
Scientifically celebrates the life of Sir Clive Sinclair.
Sir Clive Sinclair, inventor of an early pocket calculator who transformed the home-computing market but came unstuck with the infamous C5 – obituary
The Spectrum heralded a new age of home computing and video gaming, and his firm was a flagship success story of the early Thatcher years
Sir Clive Sinclair created the world’s first pocket calculator and kick-started the home computing revolution by producing the first PC to retail at less than £100. However, these triumphs were totally eclipsed in 1985 by the catastrophic failure of his electric three-wheeler, the Sinclair C5.Not qu
LoTonah writes: Sir Clive Sinclair, the man behind the Sinclair Spectrum and the first computer to retail for under a hundred dollars (the Sinclair ZX-81, A.K.A. The Timex/Sinclair 1000), died September 15 after battling a long illness. His daughter, Belinda, said he died at home in London on...
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