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P > PANASONIC > JR-200U


 

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Sunday 28th September 2014
Marq (Finland)
Discovering the Panasonic JR-200U

The Service Manual is now available at Vintage Volts. All in all, a lot more has been discovered about the machine. My current guess is that the CPU runs at 1.366 MHz.


Sunday 17th November 2013
Lance Lindell (United States)

Hello, I want to let enthusiasts know that there is currently a mint Panasonic JR-200U listed on eBay by user ID seattlegoodwill. They are very reputable and seem to always have a good stock of "old computers." Save it from the landfill! Lance


Friday 16th March 2012
Marq (Helsinki, Finland)

I''ve been trying to hack the JR-200UP for some time now and have discovered a thing or two (the technical manual WOULD have been a nice addition...) See the findings here: http://www.kameli.net/marq/?page_id$1270


Tuesday 11th October 2011
Robert Saler (Toronto, CANADA)

This message is for J. Mitch Hopper - I recently bought a Panasonic JR-200 but with no manuals. Cute little computer, but I am going to need manuals to figure anything out.
I see from the postings that you have docs - could you please email them to me at robert.saler@gmail.com.
Cant do anything without them - sorry for the trouble.
Thanks - Robert


Thursday 22nd September 2011
Clocky (Australia)

I have a JR-200U and need any information I can find, could you please email me the manual to clockmeister@internode.on.net J. Mitch Hopper?

Thanks in advance.


Wednesday 17th August 2011
J. Mitch Hopper

Note to athansoft:
Alas, I forgot to send you the manual. Very sorry for the delay. Just sent it.


Thursday 27th January 2011
athansoft

My email is athansoft@hotmail.com. Thank you J. Mitch Hopper. I am waiting for your pdf files


Thursday 20th January 2011
J. Mitch Hopper

I have manuals. If you want them, post a message here with contact info. I will email the PDF on request.


Tuesday 18th January 2011
athansoft (Greece)

I have a Panasonic JR-200UP but without manuals. Could anyone sent me photocopies or pdf file of it and I''ll pay him. Thank you


Sunday 8th August 2010
J. Mitch Hopper
Brainmist.com

I have a JR-200 new-in-the-box with manuals. Looking over the detailed memory map,I see that it is exactly the same as the Radio Shack CoCo - right down to the free, unassigned space.


Sunday 22nd December 2002
Michael (United States)
Panasonic JR-200u Purgatory Page

For the most in-depth information available on the JR-200u visit: http://home.kc.rr.com/vintagecomputers/index.html


Saturday 6th April 2002
James the Animal Tamer (Internet)
James the Animal Tamer's Emulators

Emulator resides on
www.geocities.com/emucompboy

I'd need the technical or development docs to make the emulator better.


Friday 29th March 2002
Hafthor Stefansson (Earth)

I still have an old Panasonic JR-200U that I bought from J&R Music World in
NY in 1984 or so. For the day, it was actually a pretty nice little machine.
32KB, better graphics than the CoCo, but still not very good, a Motorola
6802 processor, fairly decent sound, an independent timer (which is how it
ended up as a fancy alarm clock for me for a couple of years). I didn't get any peripherals with it, but I did have the cassette cable and used a crappy little Radio Shack cassette recorder to save/load my programs. I had no software except for the stuff I wrote myself, but it was still a great first computer. I never really figured out how the MON debug monitor thingy worked.
Also, I never got a real owners manual. When J&R shipped it to me, it was missing the manual all together. After several phone calls, they agreed to send one. What I got was a Xerox copy of the manual. That kinda sucked, but
it worked.





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