On the 1st and 2nd March 2014 the Centre for Computing History will be presenting a special display of Sinclair computers and some other lesser known Sinclair products.
We will be celebrating design genius and inspirational inventor Sir Clive Sinclair. This exhibition will feature some of Sinclair’s early radio products from 1965 through to the Pocket TV, the legendary C5 electric vehicle and iconic computer stars of the 80’s like the ZX Spectrum.
All the computers are in full working order and available for visitors to use! The exhibition will also include some rare Sinclair development hardware as well as a unique display of software and printed material.
What’s more, you’ll also have the chance to drive our very own Sinclair C5!
Entry will be £7 for adults, £5 for under 16s.
This event was originally promoted as ‘no need to book’ but we have had a considerable amount of interest by email, so to ensure we run the event safely and keep within building capacity we have to now ask that you book your ticket in advance.
Full details here : Sinclair Weekend – 1st and 2nd March 2014 – Cambridge