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Darrell McCreary Darrell McCreary from El Paso, Texas wrote on 10/25/2017 at 04:29:
Thanks for the site I like to tinker with 8 bit mashines. my Newton power failed for ever and I dug in my computer box and found an excelent sharp 1500 with 8 k mem still installed having fun with the news letter and wealth of info. Darrell
Maki Kato Maki Kato from Alexandria VA USA wrote on 02/20/2017 at 00:58:
It's 2017 and I'm still looking for info for my PC1500. Thanks for the site, and I hope it keeps going.
Peter Mörth Peter Mörth from Schwanberg wrote on 10/26/2016 at 18:10:
What a great site ! Please dont stop going on !
Heinz-Bernd Eggenstein Heinz-Bernd Eggenstein from Hannover wrote on 10/17/2015 at 23:34:
Excellent site! I was a teenager in the mid 1980s and devices like the Sharp Pocket PCs got me hooked to computers, programming and computer science. Functionally they might be totally obsolete today but they have a timeless beauty, design-wise (up to the PC 1600, I'm not quite sure what happened to Sharp's design department afterwards... I mean like the E500...seriously???). I'd like to interface them with Raspberry PIs etc.
Neil Hancock Neil Hancock from Perth, Australia wrote on 09/19/2015 at 16:19:
Wonderful website, thank you. My business was created 32 years ago because of the PC-1500 and I have fond memories of visits to Sharp in Japan and developing software and hardware for many of Sharp's pocket computers. The pocket computers were a huge influence to many people...please keep up the good work!
Peter Mörth Peter Mörth from Schwanberg / Austria wrote on 05/13/2015 at 15:01:
Großartige Seite ! Bin ja schon lange PC-1500/1600 - Fan und habe das Eine oder Andere 🙂 Fein das es neue Platinchen gibt für den Sharp. Würde gerne so etwas sehen wie ein sd2iec Interface welches den C64 - Markt aufmischt. Habe zwar die Commodore Floppies und das Tramsoft - Modul, jedoch leider nicht ganz kompatibel ( wer z.B. erwartete damals schon freie Blöcke in 5-6 stelligem Bereich 🙂 Leider bin ich ein ganz unbrauchbarer Platinen - Ätzer 🙁 Liebe Grüße seit Langem wieder einmal aus Österreich ! Peter
Sean Rieb Sean Rieb from Albuquerque, NM wrote on 03/09/2015 at 18:53:
Very good site. I just picked up a working 1500A with a broken plotter (I will be fixing that). I used to program on this many many years ago. I would like to make some hardware for this (I design Avionics).
cgh cgh wrote on 01/03/2015 at 08:33:
The Reference Site ! All and more you dream about this fabulous pocket... An absolute must ! Thanks !
W W wrote on 12/17/2014 at 12:19:
"NANFENG PC-1500" is made by 830 Factory ,Kaili,Guizhou,P.R.C. in a brief honeymoon with U.S.A and Japan to counter CCCP, here is a picture of its manual: