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Sharp PC-1500 with CE-158

JeanColorado

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Joined
Jun 11, 2010
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Location
Longmont, Colorado, United States
Hi,
I'm back! Anyway I came across this in a mismarked box. As per the usual, I don't know much about it. I did fire up the computer portion and it came on... I need some good offers. Prefer to ship in the US. If you have any questions and can walk me through how to figure out the answers, let me know. 2013-05-02 19.38.44.jpg2013-05-02 19.38.52.jpg2013-05-02 19.38.59.jpg2013-05-02 19.39.05.jpg2013-05-02 19.39.20.jpg2013-05-02 19.38.44.jpg2013-05-02 19.38.52.jpg2013-05-02 19.38.59.jpg2013-05-02 19.39.05.jpg2013-05-02 19.39.20.jpg
 

natcha

Experienced Member
Joined
Jun 16, 2011
Messages
184
Hi Jean,

A very nice set of Sharp Pocket Computer items.

You can find info on many of the items at following link:

http://pocket.free.fr/html/sharp/pc-1500_e.html

Question - is the Pocket Computer a PC-1500 or PC-1500A?

The 1500A has a little more memory.

Not sure what the value is. The CE-158 (Centronic / RS-232 interface) is fairly rare - I've never seen one.

Not sure what the other cables you have - is there model numbers on them?
If so, they may also be fairly rare, depending on the model.

If I wasn't laid off at present, I'd probably make you an offer.


Bill (Smithville, NJ)
 

barythrin

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Oct 5, 2005
Messages
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Location
Texas
What's dark grey square box that's to the right of the printer/cassette unit? ..er.. maybe that IS a cassette unit? Very nice setup.
 
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