Sinclair QL computer from 1984
Untested. Comes with power supply, user manual, no software.
Computer from Sinclair in the UK from 1984. It was a successor to the ZX Spectrum. Based on a 68000 processor at 7.5 MHz
So the same processor and same year the Apple Macintosh was introduced.
QL was short for Quantum Leap. The internal code name was ZX-83.
Storage was done on Sinclair Microdrives (small endless loop tape cartridges that stored 100 Kilobytes).
It came with office software featuring a wordprocessor Quill, spreadsheet Abacus and database software called Archive and paint software called Easel.
And it has a built-in BASIC interpreter called SuperBASIC.
It was not a big success and was discontinued in 1986.