|CPU||Hitachi HD61700 (CMOS)|
|Memory||8K RAM (40K optional)|
|Storage||(options) MD-100 floppy disk unit, FA-7 tape interface (both devices include a printer port and an RS-232 interface)|
|Display||LCD, 192*32 pixels, 32x4 chars (32x8 chars virtual), 4x4 touch screen|
|Power||3 batteries (55-100 hours at 0.14W)|
|Weight||435 g (15.3 oz)|
The Casio PB-1000 was a handheld computer released by Casio in 1987. Revolutionary for its time, it featured a touchscreen display which consisted of 16 keys built into the screen, arranged in fixed positions on a four by four matrix.
The computer itself included 8Kb of RAM and it was possible to install a 32Kb memory expansion card.
- Casio PB-1000 Home Page
- PB-1000 emulator for Windows
- Pocket Computing: PB-1000
- Love-Love PB-1000 homepage
- Obsolete Computer Museum: Casio PB-1000
- Casio PB-1000 page at www.old-computers.com
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