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ZX Spectrum (1982–1992)

The ZX Spectrum is an 8-bit personal home computer developed by Sinclair Research. It was first released in the United Kingdom on 23 April 1982 and went on to become Britain's best-selling microcomputer. 1

Introduced at £125

Powered by a 3.5 Mhz Zilog Z80, with 48KB RAM and 16Kb ROM

The graphic was a bit more limited in comparasion of C/64, because offered only 7 colors with 2 bright levels and a resolution around 256 × 192. This wikipedia image shows the available colors: