Canon X-07

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Canon X-07 (1983)

Canon X-07 is one of the first personal computers available in France manufactured by Canon. This is a laptop[1] (or rather hand-held[2][3][4][5]) based around the NSC800 (compatible with Z80) shipping Microsoft BASIC.

The specifications included:

  • memory extensions or independent IC card
  • parallel and serial port with an infrared extension X-721[6][7]
  • X-711 thermal printer or plotter 4-color X-710 or standard // printer.
  • ROM card software (spreadsheet, monitor ...)
  • X-720 video interface for connection to a TV
  • save to cassette
  • Size: 30x30x11cm[8]

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