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PC-7000

Sharp always had a reputation for building technically sound but rather stange computers, ignoring 'industry standards'. The PC-7000 broke this image.

This was a "lunchbox" portable IBM PC compatible system. It had two 5''1/4 disk-drives mounted on the right side and a nice blue tiltable screen, the world's first backlit LCD.

The system consisted of three main parts: system unit, keyboard and optional CE-700P printer. When the system had to be carried, both the keyboard and the printer clipped into the main unit.

One year later (1986) , the PC-7100 was launched. It had a 20Mb hard-disk instead of the second built-in 5''1/4 FDD.

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.
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I have one of these computers in perfect working order, it has a lot of extra''s (a lot of floppy''s with different programs, manuals, a protective cover).

I''m looking to sell it, if anyone is interested send me an email$ rbmunneke $at$ hotmail.com

          
Tuesday 27th May 2014
René (Netherlands)

Does anyone have a dead or parts 7000 that they would be willing to sell the LCD from? I bought a working 7100 and when it arrived the LCD was stuffed (torn ribbons)... I''d be overjoyed if someone could $ me an email. lucario097@gmail.com

Thanks

          
Thursday 29th August 2013
Ash Cooper (NSW Australia)

Hi, I need some help for my Sharp PC-7000...7200, the Master Disk is defect/not available. May somebody help me with an image? Thanks

          
Tuesday 9th April 2013
Matthias Krambeck (Germany)

 

NAME  PC-7000
MANUFACTURER  Sharp
TYPE  Portable
ORIGIN  Japan
YEAR  1985
KEYBOARD  Full-stroke keyboard, numeric keypad, 10 function keys
CPU  Intel 8086
SPEED  7.37 or 4.77 Mhz
CO-PROCESSOR  optional 8087 math co-processor
RAM  320k (704k max.)
ROM  16k
TEXT MODES  80 x 24
GRAPHIC MODES  640 x 200
COLOrsc  Monochrome LCD display
SOUND  Beeper
SIZE / WEIGHT  410 x 160 x 215 mm / 8,5 Kg
I/O PORTS  Serial port, parallel port, color CRT video output (optional)
BUILT IN MEDIA  2 x 5''1/4 disk-drives (360 KB each)
OS  MS-DOS
POWER SUPPLY  Internal batteries and external power supply (specs. unknown)
PRICE  Unknown





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