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  • What's new in my pocket computers pages?

    Friday, October 15th : Ricoh RDC i-700 received
    Device securised this morning! No page for it yet; will be one some day.

    Wednesday, September 15th : Sharp MI-10 added
    Created a page for the Sharp MI-10 i've received.

    Friday, July 23rd : new homepage, new machines listed
    My collection reached 49 units yesterday as i've received 2 new watches. Added them to the list (no pages yet) and changed the homepage to a weblog format.

    This feature will soon be available
     

    Canon X-07
    with Canon X-711 printer
    Basic pocket computer
     
    ** THIS ITEM IS NOT FOR SALE! **
    IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A USER MANUAL
    or IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A RESELLER/REPAIR STATION,
    I'm sorry, but I will not reply to user manual requests or to dealer location inquiries anymore.

    Please read my FAQ page that might help you if you have any of these questions in mind.
    Feel free to contact me for any other question or comment regarding this machine!




    Before taking a picture of my own device with it's printer extension, i used one from Daniel Brettnacher's very cool collection page. Special features :
    - A complete desktop computer to go!
    - Excellent hardware and expandability

    Weak points :
    - 4 lines screen, but a bit too narrow
    - Too large to fit in a pocket (it's not designed to, though)

    Related machines in my collection :
    Big screen BASIC computers :
    Casio PB-700
    Casio PB-1000
    Sharp PCE-500

    Copyrighted 1983, the CANON XO7 was among the top 5 dream computers at the time. It still has the look and appeal of a dream machine, too!
    Defined as a complete portable computer to those days' standards, the UC actually features the most complete set of connectors and expansion ports for its category. Among it's wide range of peripherals, it would be impossible not to mention the so cool Infrared Communication Interface! This is definitely something i'd love to add to my collection, even if it would be almost useless without another X07 to dialog with!
    Another interesting peripheral was the TV adaptor, allowing access to new, color and larger defined graphic modes displayed on a tv screen.

    The machine is a very cool one, and the large keyboard is among the best ones for such a small device.


    Processor : NSC 800 (Z-80 instructions compatible) OS : Proprietary
    RAM : 8 KB extended to 16 KB ROM : ??
    Graphic display : 160 x 32 Text display : 20 x 4
    Display : B&W Input : Keyboard

    Built-in Applications :
    BASIC (Microsoft/Canon copyright).

    Open to other applications : Through BASIC programs (and Cards??)
    Ports :
    - one CANON extension port
    - one memory extension port
    - one cassette recorder DIN port
    - one parallel port
    - one serial port