|Manufacturer||Timex Computer ()||Type||Desktop|
|Production start (mm-yyyy)||1983||Production end (mm-yyyy)||-|
|CPU||Z80A - 3.5 Mhz|
|Operating System||Timex Extended BASIC|
|Text (Cols x Rows)||32 x 24|
|Graphics||256 x 192 8 colours|
|Serial port||Parallel port|
|Others port||RF, TV|
|Original price||Currency original price||150 USD|
The ZX Spectrum arrived on American stores via a circuitous path of development. Originally Timex had intended to repeat what it had done for the TS 1000 - rebadge a British machine. The first version of the US Spectrum, the TS 2000, was envisaged as a UK 16K Spectrum in a Timex-badged black and silver box. At the end of 1982, a prototype of the TS 2000 was displayed at a Timex user meeting in 1982.
However, the machine itself was never released - instead, the case was reused to house an upgraded TS 1000 (the TS 1500) and the Spectrum firmware itself was developed further and eventually released as the TS 2068.
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