This original computer was to be released by Saitek to rival popular computers of the 80's, mainly the Commodore 64. Designed by Iain Sinclair, it remained a project and was never marketed. The picture you see here is a moulded plastic prototype.
The particularity of this project was to design the available expansions so they can stack up above the computer, from the vertical expansion slot. The project was even called "Wafer Personal Computer".
From the only available picture, one can see two factice expansions stacked up onto the computer. One is a 64 KB RAM expansion, while the function of the other is unknown...
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Micro Computer (?)
1984 (prototype only, never produced)
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53-key fullstroke keyboard + 10 function keys + pad keys