This nifty Sinclair Micro TV made its debut in the September 1979 issue of Scientifican American — priced at a whopping $705 ($249.95 without inflation). It offered a 2-inch tube with a resolution that resembles “that of a clear sharp photograph”.

The Sinclair TV comes complete with an American AC adapter and charger, ear phones, carrying case, rechargeable batteries and a built-in antenna for both VHF and UHF. It also comes with a cigarette lighter power converter, so you can watch all your favorite TV channels from your boat, plane, motor home or car without even using your batteries

[via ModernMechanix]

This nifty Sinclair Micro TV made its debut in the September 1979 issue of Scientifican American — priced at a whopping $705 ($249.95 without inflation). It offered a 2-inch tube with a resolution that resembles “that of a clear sharp photograph”.

The Sinclair TV comes complete with an American AC adapter and charger, ear phones, carrying case, rechargeable batteries and a built-in antenna for both VHF and UHF. It also comes with a cigarette lighter power converter, so you can watch all your favorite TV channels from your boat, plane, motor home or car without even using your batteries

[via ModernMechanix]