Clive sinclair

clive sinclair

Who was Sir Clive Sinclair?

Tributes have been paid to home computing pioneer Sir Clive Sinclair after he died aged 81 following a long illness. Professor Brian Cox led commemorations to the tech legend, who brought computers into peoples homes with his ZX Spectrum. Prof Cox posted on Twitter saying the ZX81 was my fist introduction to computing, adding: I loved it!

What is the Chinese zodiac sign of Clive Sinclair?

Clive Sinclair was born in the Year of the Dragon. People with Chinese zodiac Dragon sign are usually a group of people who are lively, intellectual and excitable. They can clearly tell right from wrong.

What did Sir Clive Sinclair do for the gaming industry?

Sir Clive was famed for bringing computers into peoples homes with his ZX Spectrum, which proved inspirational for todays games industry bosses. They learned the craft on his creation or its rival the Commodore 64 when they were growing up. Sir Clive also invented the pocket calculator.

Where can I find books about Clive Sinclair?

London: Penguin Books. 224 pp. ISBN 0-14-008774-5. Dale, Rodney (1985). The Sinclair Story. London: Duckworth. ISBN 0-7156-1901-2. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Clive Sinclair. David Tebbutt, The Rising Star of Cambridge (column), MicroScope 02/83.

What did Sir Clive Sinclair invent?

Sir Clive Marles Sinclair (born July 30, 1940) was a well-known British entrepreneur and inventor of the worlds first slim-line electronic pocket calculator in 1972 (Sinclair Executive) and the ZX80, ZX81 and ZX Spectrum computers in the late 1970s and early 1980s, amongst many other things.

What did Clive Sinclair do in WW2?

At the outbreak of World War II in 1939, he was running his own machine tools business in London, and later worked for the Ministry of Supply. Clive Sinclair was born to George Sinclair and Thora Edith Ella Marles in 1940 near Richmond, then in Surrey.

Where can I find media related to Sir Clive Sinclair?

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Clive Sinclair. David Tebbutt, The Rising Star of Cambridge (column), MicroScope 02/83. Simon Garfield, Interview – Sir Clive Sinclair: I dont use a computer at all, The Observer, 28 February 2010.

What happened to the Sinclair company?

The failure of the C5 along with a weakened computer market forced Sinclair to sell most of his companies by 1986. Through 2010, Sinclair concentrated on personal transport, including the A-bike, a folding bicycle for commuters which was small enough to fit in a handbag.

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