The Cambridge Z88 was launched in 1987 by Sir Clive Sinclair's new company, Cambridge Computers Limited. He lost the Sinclair name after he sold the rights to his Sinclair Research company to Alan Sugar's Amstrad in 1986.
It was a lightweight, A4-
It came with several built-
BASIC: a version of BBC Basic, minus the graphical and sound functions.
Also, several utility programs known as 'Popdowns':-
Serial Port on the right-
Power: 6V mains adaptor or 4 X AA batteries for 20 hours use
Dimensions: 294mm x 210mm x 23 mm
Keyboard: 64 key QWERTY keyboard
Processor: Zilog Z80A 3.27 MHz
Memory: 32K RAM, 128K ROM
Expansion: 3 slots taking cards up to 1MBit each
Display: 64 × 640 pixel LCD (104 columns X 8 lines of text)
Photo shows thumbwheel to change the display contrast and a socket for the mains adapter.
Running the BASIC application.
The PipeDream word processor application.