Casio FX-750P Personal Computer
Casio's idea beneath this machine was to offer a modular memory based on memory cards. The machine itself has no internal RAM and can only work with at last one memory card inserted. Cards use batteries and can store data once extracted from the computer. As Casio devices only offered 10 program spaces, changing memory card would allow for more programs to be run on one device. It is also a way to store different type of data sorted on dedicated cards.
Has built-in BASIC and QWERTY style keyboard. Released in 1985.
RAM 16 KB
Operating System BASIC
Text Display 24 x 1 Monochrome LCD Display
Dimensions (LxWxH) 89 x 190 x 12 mm 3.50 x 7.48 x 0.47 inches
Weight 198 g 6.98 ounces
Power Batteries 2×CR-2032
Our model is complete with a soft cover.
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