Sir Clive Sinclair unimpressed with modern computing
What we have achieved with computing is "rather dull," Sir Clive Sinclair has told BBC Click.
He explained that he was impressed with the processing power of modern machines, but was disappointed when compared to what was done in the past with a few KB (kilobytes) of ram.
"We fully expected back then we would have computerised doctors and computerised teachers," he added.
Sir Clive has backed a company which plans to produce a remodelled version of the original ZX Spectrum he launched in 1982.
20 Feb 2015
- From the section Technology