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Seiko MP-220 Pocket Computer


Seiko MP-220 Pocket Computer, Microcassete Recorder & Printer

The Seiko MC-2200 was a clone of the Sharp PC-1245 although it was made by Sharp

Made in Japan 1984
Keyboard: 52 keys, QWERTY calculator type with numeric keypad
CPU Sharp SC61860 CMOS 8-bit 576 KHz
RAM   2.2 KB - 1486 bytes available for BASIC programs
ROM   24 KB
Text: LCD display - 1 line x 16 char. 5x7 dot matrix
Sound: CPU controlled piezo buzzer, fixed frequency and duration via BASIC statement
Size & Weight: 135 (W) x 70 (D) x 9.5 (H) mm / 115 g with batteries
I/O Proprietary 11-pin expansion bus
PSU 6 volts, 2 x CR 2032 lithium cells
Complete with MP-220 micro-cassette printer interface + original Sharp peripherals

This unit together with the case, manuals and original box was very kindly donated by Robert Nicholds 



Manufacturer: Seiko
Date: 1984

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