The QL was Sinclair's attempt at a 16-bit machine. Although announced in January 1984, the machine did not ship until May (even though orders were taken and cheques cashed) and cost £399).
When the first machines were shipped, not all of the components fitted inside the casing, so a small, add-on box stuck out of the back of the machine containing the overflowed parts.
Production ceased in 1987.
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