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T 100

The T100 was the US version of the Japanese PASOPIA computer. It was intended to be a professional CP/M machine.

It had a small built-in LCD screen (6 or 8 lines of 40 characters or 320 x 64 pixels in graphic mode). This LCD screen was an option (not built-in). It fitted into slots at the back of the keyboard/cpu unit.

There were 2 CRTs available: 13" monochrome (green), and 15" color with a proprietary RGB interface. The twin floppy drive was a separate box.

It was possible to plug a memory module into the slot under the flip-up cover at the rear right of the keyboard/CPU unit. That was the only way to add memory.

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Mark - how do we contact you about getting the manuals you are thinking of scanning to PDF''s?

Saturday 22nd July 2023
Wes (United States)

Hi. I have a Toshiba T-100, the color monitor, disk drive, manuals, and software on cassette tapes and disks. Feel free to contact me to exchange information about this uniquely rare computer. My contact form:

Saturday 20th May 2023
Computer Hobbyist (USA)

The T100 actually has 8 colours in 320x200. Also the colour monitor, although having a propriety connector is compatible with a standard CGA - minus the intensity pin. Back in the 80''s I had no trouble converting the Toshiba monitor for a pc/XT. Can''t imagine why the opposite isn''t true.

Sunday 30th May 2021
Mark (Australia)


NAME  T 100
YEAR  1982
CONTROLLERS  Full stroke keyboard, with separated numeric keypad and function keys
CPU  Zilog Z80 A
RAM  64 kb (up to 96 kb)
ROM  32 kb (up to 64 kb)
TEXT MODES  80 x 24
GRAPHIC MODES  72x96, 160x100, 288x192, 640x200
I/O PORTS  Memory expansion, LCD screen connector
MEDIA  Two 5.25'' disk-drives (optional)

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