The Sharp PC-1350 is a small pocket computer manufactured by Sharp.
it can also be considered as an electronic calculator
The PC-1350 was introduced in 1984 and was used by engineers, and favored by programmers for its decent programming and graphical capabilities. It was superseded in 1987 by the PC-1360, which featured one additional RAM expansion port, improved BASIC, Floppy disk capability and a faster CPU.
It was the top model of the (very small, only two models) 13XX series. It has a LCD display with four lines, also the SC61860 CPU, two RAM extension slot which work with the cynox RAM cards, a 15 pin serial interface and also a powerful BASIC. This is the best models for graphic applications.
RAM (total) : 2 to 64 Kb (1 or 2 ramcard of 2 to 32 Kb)
RAM available : 6,558 bytes with one 8 Kb ramcard
mem = card1 + card2 - 1,634 (expressed in bytes)
ROM: 136 Kb
CPU: 8 bits CMOS
Text screen : 4 lines of 24 characters
Graphic screen : 32 x 150 pixels
Sound : Tune, duration, and number adjustable
Size : 182 x 72 x 16 mm
Weight : 220 g. with batteries and one ramcard
Year : 1987
Power : 2 CR-2032 lithium batteries
The rear photograph shows the compartments for trhe RAM packs
This unit with its protective case and manual was very kindly donated by Mr Leigh Bowden
Serial No: 87037084
A Short online manual can be seen at
Sharp PC-1360 Manuals:
Other Systems Related To Sharp PC-1360:
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