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The ZX Spectrum (UK /zɛd ɛks ˈspɛktrəm/) is an 8-bit personal home computer released in the United Kingdom in 1982 by Sinclair Research Ltd.
The ZX81 is a home computer produced by Sinclair Research and manufactured in Scotland by Timex Corporation.
The ZX Spectrum software library currently consists of more than 24,000 titles. Despite the fact that the ZX Spectrum hardware was limited by most standards, its software library was very diverse, including programming language implementations (C, Pascal, Prolog, Forth), several Z80 assemblers/disassemblers (e.g.: OCP Editor/Assembler, HiSoft Devpac, ZEUS Assembler, Artic Assembler), Sinclair BASIC compilers (e.g.: MCoder, COLT, HiSoft BASIC, ToBoS-FP), Sinclair BASIC extensions (e.g.: Beta BASIC, Mega Basic), databases (e.g.: VU-File), word processors (e.g.: Tasword II), spread sheets (e.g.: VU-Calc), drawing and painting tools (e.g.: OCP Art Studio, The Artist, Paintbox, Melbourne Draw), even 3D modelling (VU-3D), and, of course, many, many games.
The ZX Spectrum is generally considered to have limited graphical capabilities in comparison to some other home computers of the same era such as the Commodore 64, largely due to its lack of a dedicated graphics chip.
The Sinclair ZX80 is a home computer brought to market in 1980 by Science of Cambridge Ltd. (later to be better known as Sinclair Research).
Hebei Zhongxing Automobile Co Ltd, branded as ZX Auto, is a smaller Chinese producer of SUVs and pick-up trucks.
The Sinclair ZX Spectrum Vega+ is an unreleased handheld games console based on the ZX Spectrum and designed by Rick Dickinson as a follow-up to the ZX Spectrum Vega handheld TV game which was released in 2015.
The ZX80 character set is the character encoding used by the Sinclair Research ZX80 microcomputer with its original 4K BASIC ROM.
The ZX Spectrum character set is the variant of ASCII used in the British Sinclair ZX Spectrum family computers.