A vintage Cambridge Computer Z88 is a Zilog Z80-based portable computer released in 1987 by Cambridge Computer, a company formed by Clive Sinclair. It is approx. A4 paper sized and lightweight at 0.9 kg (2.0 lb), running on four AA batteries for 20 hours of use. It has built-in combined word processing/spreadsheet/database applications called Pipedream, along with several other utilities, such as a Z80-version of BBC BASIC. The computer comes with the original box and PC Link EPROM Cartridge.
Manufacturer : Cambridge Computers (by Clive Sinclair)
Release Date: 1987
Processor : CMOS Zilog Z80A @ 3.2768 MHz
Memory : 32 KB RAM (built in)
Connectivity : Serial
Display: 640×64 graphics LCD display , 8 lines of text; 4 shades of blue
Storage: removeable EPROM cartridge
Ports: serial port
Power: 4x “AA” batteries 6.5v dc – 500mA adapter (not included)
Operating System: proprietary task-switching “OZ”
Serial no: 050640
Condition: The computer is in excellent cosmetic and working condition. Some basic “BASIC” testing has been done. No manual included.