Miscellaneous Computers - Sharp, Casio, Tandy
The Canon BJ-10sx is a portable inkjet printer that was first introduced in the early 1990s. It was designed for personal and small business use and is considered one of the earliest portable inkjet printers.
Sharp PC-1350 Pocket Computer
The Sharp PC-1350 was introduced in 1984 and used by engineers and programmers, known for its programming and graphical capabilities.
Sharp Moon Lander
A short program found on a listing that came with my Sharp PC-1350. I’m busy adding this bit by bit and will note when it’s complete…
Texas Instruments TI99/4a
The Texas Instruments TI-99/4A followed the TI99/4, which was let down by a poor keyboard, and was released in 1981. Based on the TMS9900 microprocessor, the TI99/4 was the first 16-bit home computer.
Epson P40 Thermal Printer
The Epson P-40 is compact portable uni-directional thermal dot matrix printer which operates on NiCd batteries. It features various print modes including two bit image modes and character sets for 9 countries. It also has the ASCII 95 character set. It has a speed of 45cps for normal characters and 22.5 cps for enlarged characters.…
Hewlett Packard HP 95LX
The HP 95LX was launched on April 23, 1991 before the term personal digital assistant, or PDA, found its way into everyday use putting the power of a computer into the palm of your hand. It ran MS-DOS v3.22 in 512K bytes of RAM and 1M-byte ROM and had a QWERTY keyboard and a separate…
Apple Pascal Disks
Information about the contents and use of Apple Pascal disks with Apple II computers including how to manage boot disks.
Apple Pascal on Apple IIe
Back In August I took delivery of a boxed Apple IIe in excellent working condition. I had used an earlier Apple II at university in 1982/83 to learn Pascal and hoped to find a set of Pascal diskettes which I duly did a couple of weeks later. I didn’t want to try and do too…
Tandy WP-3 Word Processor
The Tandy WP-3 is a portable Word Processor from the lates 1980s, early 1990s, a successor to the Tandy WP-2 but with a British English dictionary. Based on the Z-80 compatible NEC 70008A-6 it had a 6 line LCD display and a very usable full-size keyboard. Powered by 6V main supply and/or 4 x AA battries with backup from a CR2340 cell.
Sharp PC 3000
The PC-3000 was a DOS-based computer, the predecessor to the PC-3100, launched in 1991 following the release of the Atari Portfolio, the world’s first palmtop computer.