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Designer HAL Laboratory
Manufacturer HAL Laboratory
CPU 1Ghz (Raspberry Pi Zero)
Graphics integrated GPU
Memory 512MB
Media built-in media
Released PasocomMini MZ-80C
JP: October 14, 2017
PasocomMini PC-8001
JP: October 5, 2019
Added to Museum not yet

PasocomMini (パソコンミニ) was a line of two miniature computers by HAL Laboratory. In Japan, "pasocom" is shorthand for "personal computer".

They were sold for a limited time, only in Japan.

They contained a proprietary operating system named the HAL Monitor and an emulator to run the included games. They powered by a Raspberry Pi Zero chip with a 1 gigahertz CPU.

PasocomMini systems

Title Release Added to museum Computer it resembles
PasocomMini MZ-80C 2017 November 2, 2022 Sharp MZ-80C
PasocomMini PC-8001 2019 Not yet Nippon Electric PC-8001