This was my first ever PC!
The PC-200 was Sinclair’s first and only attempt to penetrate the PC Market before being acquired by Amstrad.
The PC-200 had a single 3.5″ 720k Floppy Drive, and 512k of RAM. Graphics options were a Monochrome MDA screen (I don’t think it could even do Hercules Mono Graphics) or CGA using either a proprietary Colour screen (shown here) or modulated output to a TV in the same style that most Spectrum and Electon PC’s could at the time in the home.
It had two full length expansion slots hidden by a lid at the back of the case, but should you (as I did) end up fitting any sort of expansion to the machine, you’d have to leave the Lid open and find a new home for the Monitor as it wouldn’t sit on top any longer.
I remember adding a 32Mb Hard Disk Card (there was no internal space for a Hard Disk apart from on a card, and indeed no built in hard disk controller!)