The ZX81 was released in the USA in co-operation with Timex. Timex licences the desing and manufactured the computers themselves. They also released some updated versions of the original designs.
ZX81 clone that came with 2K RAM instead of only 1K.
A ZX81 clone that had 16K memory and a Spectrum style keyboard.
This never existed except as a project name for the 2048/2068.
The 2048 was never released in the US but it was made for sale by Timex of Portugal as Timex Computer 2048.
The American version of the ZX Spectrum. It came in a silvery case and with hard keys. It also featured a cartridge bay, extra memory, various graphics modes, joystick port, a sound chip and so on. This made it very incompatible with the standard Spectrum. This could however be fixed by either inserting a cartridge or using a ROM switch. By using an adapter it was also able to use hardware for the ZX Spectrum
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