Sharp PC-1251

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Sharp PC-1251

The Sharp PC-1251 was a small pocket computer that was also marketed as the Tandy or TRS-80 Pocket Computer PC-3.

It was created by Sharp Corporation in 1982.[1]

Technical specifications[edit]

PC-1251, with its printer and microcassette recorder
  • 24 digit (5x7 pixel) LCD
  • Integrated speaker
  • Same connector for printer and tape drive as PC-1401
  • 2 built-in batteries
  • 4 KB RAM
  • 576 kHz clock frequency
  • 24 KB ROM

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