8 bit computer
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Sinclair MK 14 The MK-14 was the first computer made by the Sinclair company (at the time called Science of Cambridge because the Sinclair name was used by another company). The MK-14 was a training board sold in kit form for ｣39.95 and featuring a National Semiconductor SC/MP 8-bit processor, 256 bytes of RAM, 512 bytes of ROM holding a monitor, calculator keyboard and display, and some I/O ports. In fact, Clive Sinclair was not very enthusiastic about a personal computer project.