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C > CASIO  > FP 1000 / FP 1100


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Casio  FP 1000 / FP 1100 computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Sunday 18th February 2018
Bernard Van Haecke (USA)

I only had the dual 5 1/4 floppy drive unit. I connected it to my Sinclair ZX Spectrum with some floppy interface bought in the UK. The drives made a funny noise when starting up. Also had a slightly newer Casio keyboard model and hacked the PCB traces to connect it to the Spectrum mainboard. I wish I could play with these again.

Thursday 30th May 2013

I still have a FP1100. I saved it in 96 when my school was throwing them out. Sometimes i play with it when i want some retro feeling :)

Friday 4th January 2013
Joscelyn Flores (France)
Casio FP-1100 videos

Now that Youtube exists, I found it funny to upload a couple of Casio demos and games running on my FP-1100. You can find them on my Youtube channel :

Saturday 21st April 2012
Marco G (Portugal)

This was the first PC I laid my hands on !

With a FP-1000, I learned BASIC and Pascal and got my first programmer diploma at the age of 12.

Thursday 11th August 2011
Hamed Abulfatih (Bahrain)

this brings back lots of good memories! it was the first PC I ever used and I was 7 years old :) made me love IT. I remember running lotus 123, paratrooper and microsoft flight sim!

Friday 10th June 2011
EPROM 9 (England)
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One thing that is not noted here is the Casio FP 1100 computer could also support Dual CPU. I don''t know if it was standard for that model. It was at least an option.

Sunday 13rd August 2006
Juergen Leibner (Bielefeld, Germany)

I owned a FP-1100 with several extensions from 1986 until 2006. Then it was recycled :-(
But the compolete Systemsoftware and documentation is still available. Feel free to mail me for information about.

Monday 23rd August 2004
Joscelyn Flores (Paris, France)

I still have an FP-1100 with dual floppy drive in perfect working condition. I was wondering if there was any known way to read back FP-1020FD floppies on a PC ? I have lots of software to share. Also, it would be nice to gather homemade software made by others. Since there is almost no information on this computer (also on FP-200 and 6000 by the way), I am projecting to create a website dedicated to these computers. I have all the user AND service manuals - I only must find the time to scan them :)

Monday 3rd February 2003
Rui M. Dos santos  (Luanda-Angola-Africa)

I sold several FP1000/1100 Casio´s in Angola. I developed for them a number of business aplications made in COBOL running under CP/M.. These machines were the more reliable I ever sold, owned and used in my life. Many years of intense work in harsh enviroments and NONE of the around 50 machienes I sold ever broke down...AND I can tell you that they REALLY worked hard.... AT the time the configuration I used used to have two 8 inch high density FDD....GREAT MACHINE .....

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