Sharp PC-1350

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Sharp PC-1350

The Sharp PC-1350 is a small pocket computer manufactured by Sharp. The PC-1350 was introduced in 1984 and was used by engineers, and favored by programmers for its 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 It was superseded in 1987 by the PC-1360, which featured one additional RAM expansion port, improved BASIC, floppy disk capability, and a faster CPU.

Technical specifications[edit]

Listed below are the technical specification of the PC-1350 and PC-1360 models.[1][2][3]

  • CMOS 8-bit CPU SC61860 at 768 kHz
  • 24x4 character (150x32 pixels) LCD controlled by SC43537 display LSI chip
  • 4 KiB RAM on 2x HM6116 chip
  • 40 KiB System ROM (8 KiB CPU internal, 32 KiB external on SC613256 chip)
  • Integrated piezo speaker (beep only)
  • I/O Sharp custom interfaces for printers and tape recorders
  • I/O RS-232 at TTL level
  • Powered by two CR-2032 lithium batteries (consumption max. 5 mA during arithmetical computing, 20 uA during poweroff)
  • Built-in BASIC interpreter
  • RAM expansion port, for up to 20 KiB of RAM in total.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "sharp pc-1350". Voidware Calculator Museum. Retrieved 3 November 2017.
  2. ^ "Sharp PC-1360 - Computing History". Centre for Computing History. Retrieved 3 November 2017.
  3. ^ "PC-1350". Pocket Computer Museum. Retrieved 3 November 2017.

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