Argentinian Sinclair Spectrum
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This version of the Spectrum was assembled in Portugal, but never saw a full release. They were intended for the Portuguese and South American markets, most were to have the Timex Sinclair branding. They predated the ZX81 Timex machines, the TS1000 and TS1500, by nearly a year.
This machine appears to be identical to the Czerweny CZ-2000, which found its way to Argentina, with the lettering changed to ''Sinclair Spectrum''
A few of these machines with the Sinclair branding appear to have made it back to the UK, as this one has stickers on the computer and power supply that reads:
Supplied by SYNTAX COMPUTERS
The power supply is a standard Sinclair one, except for a European two pin plug, and as with all TS2000 machines, this Spectrum is a standard 48K issue 4B motherboard, a sticker on the inside of the case reads: 'P 068973 MODEL M 332 48 K'
The case moulds of the Timex TS1500 were used in black for this computer, and the Czerweny CZ2000 machines in Argentina, (see picture) while the case moulds were used to make the grey cases for the Timex TS1500 machines, which were the Sinclair ZX81 variant.
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