List of computers

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Computer models
Model Year MAME support ROMs Other
A A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Aamber Pegasus 1981 Good Manuals
Acorn A7000 1995 Preliminary RCPEmu
Acorn Archimedes 1987 Preliminary TOSEC
HS Romsets
ArcEm, Arculator, VirtualAcorn
Acorn Atom 1980 Good Atomulator
Acorn BBC 1981 to 1994 Good TOSEC
Acorn Electron 1983 Imperfect TOSEC
Acorn Risc 1994 Preliminary RCPEmu
Acorn System 1 1979 Good Acorn System 1 Emulator
ACT Apricot F1 / Xi / PC 1983 to 1984 Preliminary QDAE
AGAT-7/AGAT-9 1989 Preliminary Agat Emulator
Aleste 520EX 1993 Imperfect
Alice / 32 / 90 (Matra-Hachette Alice 32) 1983
1984/1985 (32/90)
Imperfect TOSEC DCAlice
Alpha (Didaktik Alpha) 1986
aMIC 1982 my-amic
Amstrad CPC / CPC+ 1984 Good NonGood CPC (2016-02-20) CPC-Power
Amstrad NC100 1992 NC100em
Amstrad PCW 1985 to 1998 JOYCE
APF Imagination Machine (APF MP1000) 1978 Good TOSEC Virtual APF
Apollo Guidance Computer 1966 Virtual AGC
Apple I 1976 TOSEC
Apple II 1977 Good The Apple II Library: Games AppleWin, Octalyzer (Enhancements)
Apple Lisa
Lisa 2/10 / Macintosh XL
1983
1984 / 1985
TOSEC Lisa Emulator Project
Apple Macintosh Since 1984
Applied Technology Microbee 1982 TOSEC NanoWasp
Aquarius 1983 Good TOSEC Console Living Room
Astro 1979 Good Astrological calculator
Atari 8-bit 1979 to 1985 Good Software Library Atari 400 800 XL XE Games Database
Atari800
Atari ST 1985 Good TOSEC Atari ST TT Falcon Games Database
Atari TT 1990 Hatari, Aranym
B A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
B16 1983 Preliminary
B500 1983 Good
Bally Computer System 1977 Good
Bandai RX-78 1983 TAKEDA
Bull Gamma Tambour 1956 Gamma EmulaTion
C A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Camputers Lynx 1983 TOSEC
Canon X-07 1983 TAKEDA
Casio FP-1000 / FP-1100 1982 TAKEDA
Casio FP-200 1982 TAKEDA
Casio PV-2000 1983 Preliminary TAKEDA
Central Data 2650 1977 WinArcadia
Chaos / Chaos 2 computers 1977 / 1983 Software WinArcadia (Chaos 2), MAME
ColecoVision Coleco Adam 1983 Good ColEm
COMKIT 8060 / 8061 / 8062 1970 c80
Commodore Amiga 1985 Preliminary TOSEC DB
Software Library // No-intro
Commodore C128 / C128D / C128DCR 1985 Good VICE
Commodore CBM-II 1982 VICE
Commodore Plus/4 1984 VICE
Commodore C64 / C64C / C64G / C65 1982 Good
Commodore PET 1977 Good TOSEC Pantheon, VICE
Software Library
Commodore VIC-20 1980 Good TOSEC VICE, V20, CLK, Emulator for CBM 64, VIC-Emu (Amiga)
List, Emutopia.com
Compukit UK101 1979 Preliminary Compukit UK101 Simulation
COMX-35 1983 Imperfect Emma 02
COSMAC VIP 1977 Imperfect Emma 02
CP/M 1974 YAZE-AG (Z80-CPU emulator with CP/M OS)
D A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Data General Nova 1969 Novas Are Forever
Data General Eclipse 1974 Novas Are Forever
Datapoint 2200 1970
Datatron 205 1954 Retro 205
DEC PDP-1 1961 Preliminary The Computer History Simulation Project
DEC PDP-11 1970 Good
DEC VAX-11 1977 to 1984 Preliminary (VAX-11/785)
Dragon 32 / 64
Tano Dragon (US)
200/200E (Spain)
1982
1983/1984 (64/Tano)
1984 (200)
Good TOSEC XRoar
E A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Dulmont Magnum (laptop) / Kookaburra 1982 (Int'l)
1983 (AU)
EACA EG2000 Colour Genie 1982 Good Gaia's shrine
EAW P8000 1987 Imperfect
EDSAC 1947 Edsac Replica Project
Electronika BK-0010 1985 Good TOSEC BK emulator
Electronika BK-0011M 1986 Preliminary
Elektor TV Games Computer 1979 Imperfect WinArcadia
Elektronika MS-0511 (UKNC) 1987 UKNC Back to Life!
Elliot 803 / Elliot 903B 1961
Elwro 800 Junior 1986 Good
Entreprise 64 / 128 1985 ep128emu
Epson HC-20 / HX-20 1982 TAKEDA
Epson HC-40 / PX-4 1985 TAKEDA
Epson HC-80 / PX-8 Geneva 1985 TAKEDA
Epson QC-10 / QX10 1983 TAKEDA
Exelvision EXL 100 / Exelvision Exeltel
Amper Exeltel (Spain)
1984
1986 (Exeltel)
Preliminary DCEXEL
Exidy Sorcerer 1978 Good
F A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Ferranti Pegasus 1 / 2 1956 to 1959
Fujitsu FM Towns 1989 Preliminary TOSEC UNZ
Fujitsu FM Towns Marty 1993 Preliminary UNZ
Fujitsu FM Towns Marty 2 1994 Preliminary
Fujitsu FM-7 1982 Good System Rom Files
Fujitsu FM-8 1981 Good TAKEDA
Fujitsu FM-11 EX 1982 Preliminary
Fujitsu FM-16β 1982 Preliminary TAKEDA
Fujitsu FM R 1987 TAKEDA
G A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Galaksija 1983 Good
Galaksija Plus 1985 Good
Gijutsu Hyoron Sha Babbage-2nd 1986 Good TAKEDA
GRI Corporation GRI-909 / GRI-99 1969 The Computer History Simulation Project
Grundy NewBrain A / AD / MD 1982 Preliminary Newbrain Emulator
H A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Hitachi Basic Master / Level-2 / Master Jr 1978 (BM)
1979 (Lvl-2)
1981 (Jr)
j68 (BM & Lvl 2)
TAKEDA (Jr), bm2 (Jr)
Hitachi Basic Master Level-3 1980
1982 (Mk II)
1983 (Mk 5)
Bml3mk5 (Newer)
Hitachi MB-S1 1984
HomeLab Model II / Model III / Model IV 1982 to 1984 Imperfect
Honeywell H316 / H516
HP 2114 / 2115 / 2116 / 2100 / 21MX / 1000
HP 9000 series 1984 to 1995 preliminary
HP 9800 series 1972
HT-1080Z Series I / Series II / 64 1983 to 1985 Good Gaia's shrine
I A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
IBM 1401 / 1620 / 1130 / 7090-7094 / System 3
IBM Japan Ltd PC-JX 1984 TAKEDA
IBM PC et compatibles
IBM System370 / ESA390
IMSAI 8080
Interact Family Computer
Victor Lambda (France)
Micronique Hector (France) (Hector)
1978
1980 (Victor)
1981 (Hector)
hectorvictor.free.fr software, TOSEC DCHector
Interdata (Perkin-Elmer) 16 & 32 bits Systems
J A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Japan Electronics College MYCOMZ-80A 1981 TAKEDA
Ju+Te Computer JTCEmu
Jupiter ACE 1983 TOSEC EightyOne, Pantheon
K A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Korvet
Kenbak-1 1971
L A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
LSI MP-80 / MP-85
Luxor ABC 80 1978 Good TOSEC ABCWin
M A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Manchester Mark I
Manchester SSEM (Baby)
Matra-Hachette Alice 32 1984 DCAlice
Mattel Aquarius (see Aquarius) 1983
Memotech MTX 512
MGT Sam Coupé 1989 Good TOSEC SimCoupe
Microkey Primo
Micronique Hector / Victor Lambda 1980 (Victor)
1981 (Hector)
hectorvictor.free.fr software DCHector, VB Hector
Micronique Hector/Victor 2HR / Hector HRX 1983
1984 (HRX)
hectorvictor.free.fr software DCHector, VB Hector
Micronique Hector MX 1985 hectorvictor.free.fr software DCHector, VB Hector
Micronique Hector XT
PC 286 (Taiwan)
1985
1987 (286)
Mindset M-1001 / Mindset II 1984
1985 (II)
MITS Altair 8800
Mitsubishi Multi8 1983 TAKEDA, z88dk
MSX Hardware TAKEDA (For MSX/MSX2/MSX2+ & MSX2-based FS-A1)
N A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Nascom 1 / 2 / 3
National JR-300 1984
National JR-800 TAKEDA
NEC APC / N5200 1982
1981 (JP)
NEC PC-100 1983 TAKEDA
NEC PC-6001 1981
1983 (NA)
TAKEDA
NEC PC-6601 1985 Neo Kobe TAKEDA
NEC PC-8001 1979 j80, TAKEDA
NEC PC-8201 / PC-8201A 1983 TAKEDA
NEC PC-8801 1981 TOSEC // Neo Kobe TAKEDA (PC-8801 MA)
NEC PC-98 / 98HA 1982 Neo Kobe TAKEDA
NEC TK-80E / TK-80-BS / TK-85 1976 (TK-80)
1980 (TK-85)
TAKEDA, U80 (Newer)
NeXT Computer 1988 Previous
NeXTcube / Turbo 1990
1992 (Turbo)
OpenStep OS Previous (Status), VMWare
NeXTstation / Turbo / Color / Turbo Color 1990
1992 (Turbo/Turbo Color)
Previous
Nintendo Family BASIC 1984
1985 (V3)
TAKEDA
O A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Ohio Scientific Challenger 1P
Ohio Scientific SuperBoard II
Old Skool Computer Architecture (OSCA)
Orion 128
P A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Panasonic JR-100 1981 TAKEDA, JR-100 Emulator
Panasonic JR-200U 1982
1983 (EU/NA)
TAKEDA
Pel Varazdin Orao 102 / Orao 103
Peter Plus Sprinter Computer
Philips P2000 1980 Good TOSEC
Philips VG5000 1984 DCVG5K
PHUNSY (Philipse Universal System)
Signetics 2650 Micro Computer System
~1980 WinArcadia
Pioneer Palcom PX-7 (MSX1 + LaserDisc) 1985 TAKEDA
PowerPC
Processor Technology SOL-20
R A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Radio-86RK (Russe) 1986 Good Emu80
Ravensburger Selbstbaucomputer
2650 Minimal Computer trainer (DIY PC)
1984 [1]
RegneCentralen Piccoline
Robotron A7100/7150
Robotron KC 85
Royal-Mcbee LGP-30 / LGP-21
S A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Sanyo PHC-10 / PHC-20 / PHC-25 1982
1983 (Int'l)
Programs CD-ROM TAKEDA (PHC-20 & PHC-25), PHC-25 Emulator (Guide)
Scientific Data Systems SDS 940
Sega Computer 3000 (SC-3000) 1983 SC-3000 Survivors' page, Web
Emutopia.com, Old-Computers.com
Seiko MAP-1010 Early 1980's TAKEDA
Sensor and sensory device factory Pyldin-601
Setun Ternary Computer
Sharp MZ-1500
Sharp MZ-2000
Sharp MZ-2200
Sharp MZ-2500
Sharp MZ-2800
Sharp MZ-3500
Sharp MZ-40K
Sharp MZ-5500 / 5600
Sharp MZ-6500 / 6550
Sharp MZ-700 Good TOSEC mz700-js
Sharp MZ-800
Sharp MZ-80A / MZ-1200
Sharp MZ-80B
Sharp MZ-80K
Sharp PC-3000 / PC-3200
Sharp X1 / X1Turbo / X1Twin
Sharp X68000 / X68000 Pro
Sharp X68030
Shinko Sangyo YS-6464A
Signetics Instructor 50 trainer 1978 WinArcadia
Sinclair Cambridge Z88
Sinclair QL
Sinclair ZX Spectrum 1982 ZX Spectrum Library
Sinclair ZX80 / ZX81 TOSEC
Sony SMC-777
Sord M5 1982 Good/Japan MAME (Driver). Carts, Cassettes, Floppy.
Spectravideo 318 / 328
Stantec Zebra
SWTPc 6800
T A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Takeda Emulation
Tandy 1000 (15 models) 1984
1986 (EX/SX)
1987 (HX/TX)
1988 (SL/TL, later)
Tandy 2000 1983
Tandy TRS-80 CoCo / CoCo 2 / CoCo 3
Dragon 32/64/200 (Dragon line)
1980
1983 (CoCo 2)
1986 (CoCo 3)
XRoar (CoCo 1/2), VCC (CoCo 3)
Tandy TRS-80 MC-10
Matra Alice (France) (Alice line)
1983
1984/1985 (Alice 32/90)
Good GitHub, games & files DCAlice, VMC-10, Web
Tandy TRS-80 Model 100 (notebook)
Kyotronic 85 (JP)
1983
Tandy TRS-80 Model I / III / 4 1977
1983 (Model 4)
Tandy TRS-80 Model II / Model 12
Model 16 / Model 16B / Tandy 6000
1979, 1982 (12, 16)
1983 (16B), 1985 (6000)
Tangerine Microtan 65
Tangerine Oric
Atmos / Pravetz-8D (Bulgaria) / Nova 64 (Yugoslavia)
Stratos/IQ164 / Telestrat
1983
1984 (Atmos)
1985 to 1991 (Pravetz)
1985/1986 (Stratos/Telestrat)
Good Demozoo Oricutron, CLK
Tatung Einstein 1984
Telenova Compis / Scandis 1984 Swedish/Norwegian school PC
Telmac 1800 1977 Emma 02
Telmac 2000 1980 Good Emma 02
Telmac TMC-600 1982 Imperfect Emma 02
Tesla Ondra / Ondra ViLi 1989 Good
Tesla Piestany PMD85
Texas Instruments 99-4A Classic99
Thomson MO5 / MO5E 1984 DCMOTO, DCMO5, nano-network
Thomson MO5NR / MO6 / Olivetti (Italy) 1985 (MO5NR)
1986 (MO6)
DCMOTO
Thomson TO7 / TO70 1982
1984 (TO70)
TOSEC DCMOTO, nano-network
Thomson TO8 / TO8D 1986
1987 (TO8D)
DCMOTO, DCTO8
Thomson T09 / TO9 et Multi 1985
1986 (TO9+)
DCMOTO, DCTO9P
Thomson TO16 1987 TOSEC DCMOTO, Thomson16 patch for PCem
Tiki Data of Oslo Tiki-100
Timex Sinclair 1000 1982 EightyOne
Tomy PyuuTa
Toshiba J-3100GT / J-3100SL
Toshiba Pasopia / Pasopia 7
Turing Machine
V A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Vector-06C 1987 Preliminary ROMs Virtual Vector
Videoton TV Computer
VTech Laser-VZ200 / Laser-VZ300
W A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Wang 2200 1973 wangemu
X A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
Xerox Alto 1973
Xerox Star workstation
(Xerox 8010 Information System)
1981

Calculator-sized Pocket PC[edit]

Note: Not to be confused with the 'Pocket-sized PC's (Can otherwise be termed as 'Handheld PC's'), which usually had larger screens, whereas these other pocket PC's designed to be like advanced calculators (Could be termed as 'Programmable Calculators') had just few screen lines' worth of display.

These display screens were built on dot-matrix LCDs technology. Many calculators of this type are monochrome LCD, some are four-color (red or orange, green, blue, and black), or, in the case of some machines at the top of the line as of February 2015, colour similar to monitors displaying 8 or 16 bit graphics. As they are used for graphing functions, the screens of these machines are pixel-addressable. Some have a touch screen, buzzers or other sound producers, internal clocks, modems or other connectivity devices including IrDA transceivers, several types of ports for peripherals like printers, and ports for memory cards of a number of types.

Palmtop PC[edit]

A Palmtop PC was an approximately pocket calculator-sized, battery-powered computer compatible with the IBM Personal Computer in a horizontal clamshell design with integrated keyboard and display. It could be used like a subnotebook, but was light enough to be comfortably used handheld as well. Most Palmtop PCs were small enough to be stored in a user's shirt or jacket pocket.

Palmtop PCs distinguish from other palmtop computers by using a mostly IBM-compatible PC architecture and BIOS as well as an Intel-compatible x86 processor. All such devices were DOS-based, with DOS stored in ROM. While many Palmtop PCs came with a number of PDA and office applications pre-installed in ROM, most of them could also run generic, off-the-shelf PC software with no or little modifications. Some could also run other operating systems such as GEOS, Windows 1.0-3.0 (in Real mode only), or MINIX 2.0.

Most Palmtop PCs were based on a static hardware design for low power consumption and instant-on/off without a need to reboot.

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