Founders Alan Miles and Bruce Gordon started Miles Gordon Technology (MGT) initially specialising in Disk Drive interfaces for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum. The Sinclair Spectrum never had an official Disk Drive, so it was up to 3rd party manufacturers to innovate. Towards the end of the 80's, MGT made plans to produce a ZX Spectrum compatible computer that had the graphical and sound capabilities that matched the Amiga and Atari st whilst still being 8-bit. It was eventually released in 1989 under the name Sam Coupe.
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Sam Coupe - MGT