NEC PC-8201A, with the PC-8241A CRT adapter attached and a NADSBox!
That other box to the right is the PC-8231A disk drive system -- larger than the NEC itself!
Another shot, without the flash this time
Close-up of the NEC & adapter. (More to see below!)
Close-up of the screen. A little blurry, but that's as good as I can do without a tri-pod! (Keep scrolling!)
Some of the graphics capabilities (Keep scrolling!)
SIN / COS graph:
Boxes of color!
A simple loop drawing concentric circles
Screen shot of Gary's PC-8201A.
Notice the year and the name on the system menu? Fun with an EPROM programmer... :-)
Ultrascreen 100, giving a 60x10 display. Pretty cool isn't it? Too bad it's only available for the Model 100 and couldn't possibly ever work on our beloved NECs............*wink*.................to be continued!
The NEC PC-8201A
|The incredibly rare red, silver, & blue models.
The NEC PC-8300
A Japanese ad for the NEC 8200
A second advertisement
And a third...
A close relative: The Tandy Model 100
Another close relative: The Olivetti M-10
Another close relative: The Kyo-85