From West Elmira Computers Museum
|CPU||700 Mhz (Raspberry Pi A+)|
|Released||JP: October 14, 2017|
|Added to Museum||November 2, 2022|
PasocomMini MZ-80C (パソコンミニ MZ-80C) was the first of two PasocomMini miniature video game systems by HAL Laboratory. In Japan, "pasocom" is shorthand for "personal computer".
It was sold for a limited time, only in Japan, beginning in October 2017.
It contained five built-in games. It contained a proprietary operating system named the HAL Monitor and an emulator to run the games, as it was powered by a Raspberry Pi A+ chip with a 700 megahertz CPU, rather than the Zilog Z80-based Sharp LH0080A chip with a 4 megahertz CPU that powered the system it was designed to resemble.
The following table lists the games included in the PasocomMini MZ-80C.
It also included SmileBASIC.
|Cosmic Cavern||Takaya Arita||1980|
|Heiankyo Alien||Theoretical Science Group||1981|
|Jupiter Lander||HAL Laboratory||1982|