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PASOPIA 16 / T300 / PAP

The Pasopia 16 is an IBM PC compatible system conceived in 1982. It had excellent features for its time ! An impressive resolution of 640 x 560 pixels, 192 KB RAM (up to 256 MB), two 5''1/4 disk-drives and an optional 10 MB hard-drive. It was possible to format the disks at half size (360 KB) for IBM compatibility. Finally, the Pasopia 16 was a successful machine in the market place.

The Pasopia 16 was sold in the US under the T300 name, and as the PAP in Europe or at least in France. PAP was short for "Papillon", meaning butterfly in French. A small printed butterfly can thus be found on French models.

Pap.Com (comunication software) and Pap.Graph (graphic software) were included.

We need more info about this computer ! If you designed, used, or have more info about this system, please send us pictures or anything you might find useful.

 

We are looking for a Toshiba T300 Pasopia 16 computer. Can you help ?

          
Tuesday 13rd June 2017
SUNIL VIDHANI (UK)
teritex

Picked up the US version of this recently for a dollar, 10MB external HDD, 5.25 96tpi DD x 2, and a green monochrome monitor. apparently uses a proprietary version of MS-DOS 2.x specifically tailored to this machine. Wish I had a copy.

          
Monday 17th October 2016
Cas (USA)

I had one "le pap". It was my 1st PC. using MS-DOS 2.3. My screen was a 8 shades of green (not 50 of grey)80*25. UC was very heavy: at least 15Kg. it''s keyboard was noisy but robust. The HDD was ooo then I Had to use 5.25 Disk-drive (360Ko for system+apps )

          
Wednesday 18th February 2015
toto (france)

 

NAME  PASOPIA 16 / T300 / PAP
MANUFACTURER  Toshiba
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  Japan
YEAR  1982
END OF PRODUCTION  Unknown
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  GW Basic
KEYBOARD  103 key full-stroke keyboard (QWERTY/AZERTY)
CPU  Intel 8088
SPEED  4.77 MHz
CO-PROCESSOR  Optional 8087 arithmetic processor
RAM  192 KB (up to 256 KB onboard)
VRAM  Unknown
ROM  4 KB
TEXT MODES  40 x 25 / 80 x 25
GRAPHIC MODES  320x200, 640x200, 540x400, 640x500
COLORS  8
SOUND  Unknown
SIZE / WEIGHT  Unknown
I/O PORTS  7 x 8-bit expansion slots, Centronics/Parallel port, RS232c port (from 300 to 9600 bauds), RGB output (SCART for PAP model)
BUILT IN MEDIA  One or two 5.25'' disk-drives (720 KB)
Optional 10 MB hard-disk
OS  MS-DOS, CP/M 86 in option
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in PSU
PERIPHERALS  Additional disk-drive, 10 MB hard-disk
PRICE  1 disk-drive model : 22119 FF (France, Dec. 83)
Monochrome & 1 disk-drive model : 2824 (France, april 85)
3372 (France, 84)




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