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{{Infobox console
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|title = NEC PC-8800 series
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|logo =
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|developer = NEC Home Electronics
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|type = [[:Category:Computers|Home computer]]
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|generation =
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|release = 1981
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|discontinued = 1989
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|predecessor = [[PC-60 emulators|PC-6000]]
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|successor = [[PC-98 emulators|PC-9800]]
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|emulated = {{✓}}
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}}
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The '''NEC PC-8800''' series, also known as the PC-88, were a family of computers made by NEC starting in 1981. The last models of the PC-88 were released in 1989, though it is unknown when they were discontinued. The PC-88 was released in America and Japan.
  
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==Emulators==
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{| class="wikitable" style="text-align:center;"
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|+ PC-88 Series Emulators
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! scope="col"|Emulator
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! scope="col"|Operating System(s)
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! scope="col"|Latest Version
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! scope="col"|Active
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! scope="col"|[[Recommended Emulators|Recommended]]
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|-
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!colspan="11"|PC
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|-
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|[http://nenecchi.html.xdomain.jp pc8801ma]
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|Windows
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|[http://nenecchi.html.xdomain.jp 18/12/02]
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|{{✓}}
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|{{✓}}
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|-
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|[http://retropc.net/pi XM8]
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|Multi-platform
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|[http://retropc.net/pi/#download 1.70]
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|{{✓}}
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|{{✓}}
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|-
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|[http://www.geocities.co.jp/SiliconValley-SanJose/2457/m88/m88.html M88 for OS/2‡]
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|OS/2
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|[http://www.geocities.co.jp/SiliconValley-SanJose/2457/m88/m88.html 2.15]
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|{{✗}}
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|{{✓}}
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|-
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|[http://www.hi-ho.ne.jp/hideaki-i/n_on_mac/n-index.html PC88EM]
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|macOS
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|[http://www.hi-ho.ne.jp/hideaki-i/n_on_mac/n-index.html 4.35]
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|{{✗}}
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|{{✓}}
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|-
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|[http://www.cug.net/~manuke/x88000.html X88000]
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|Multi-platform
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|[http://www.cug.net/~manuke/x88000.html 1.5.3]
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|{{✓}}
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|{{✗}}
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|-
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|[[MAME]]
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|Multi-platform
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|[http://www.mamedev.org/release.html {{MAMEVer}}]
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|{{✓}}
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|{{✗}}
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|-
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|[http://web.archive.org/web/20170104164557/www.e-maybe.com/98lab/p-c88-emulator Excite88]
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|Windows
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|[http://web.archive.org/web/20170104164557/www.e-maybe.com/98lab/p-c88-emulator 0.1.5.0]
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|{{✗}}
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|{{✗}}
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|-
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|[http://nenecchi.html.xdomain.jp/ M88]
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|Windows
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|[http://nenecchi.html.xdomain.jp/ 19/02/05]
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|{{✓}}
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|{{✗}}
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|-
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|[http://web.archive.org/web/20070930154607/home.highway.ne.jp/soltin/pc88win.html PC88WIN]
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|Windows
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|[http://web.archive.org/web/20070930154607/home.highway.ne.jp/soltin/pc88win.html 1.14]
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|{{✗}}
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|{{✗}}
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|-
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|[http://www.cug.net/~anonB/w88 W88]
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|Windows
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|[http://www.cug.net/~anonB/w88 0.05]
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|{{✗}}
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|{{✗}}
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|-
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|[https://www.eonet.ne.jp/~showtime/quasi88 QUASI88]
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|Multi-platform
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|[https://www.eonet.ne.jp/~showtime/quasi88/download.html 0.6.4]
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|{{✗}}
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|{{✗}}
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|-
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|[http://www1.plala.or.jp/aoto/pc88emu.htm P88SR]
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|DOS†
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|[http://www1.plala.or.jp/aoto/pc88emu.htm 1.00]
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|{{✗}}
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|{{✗}}
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|-
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!colspan="11"|Mobile
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|-
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|[https://www41.atwiki.jp/tako2lab/pages/33.html QUASI88 Android]
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|[[Android emulators|Android]]
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|[https://www41.atwiki.jp/tako2lab?cmd=upload&act=open&pageid=33&file=quasi88_android_130609.apk 130609]
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|{{✗}}
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|{{✗}}
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|-
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|}
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†Only compatible with DOS/V incompatible PC-98 machines running MS-DOS.
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‡Versions 2.15 and 2.15s are currently lost. The latest versions downloadable are 2.10 and 2.10s.
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==Models==
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801]]====
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The PC-8801 was released in 1981 and had a NEC µPD780 at 4 MHz with 64KB of RAM and 48KB of VRAM.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801mkII model 10]]====
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The PC-8801mkII model 10 was released in 1983 and had the same specs as the PC-8801 but with new sound coponents.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801mkII model 20]]====
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Same thing as the PC-8801mkII model 10 but with 1 5.25" floppy drive.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801mkII model 30]]====
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Same thing as the PC-8801mkII model 10 but with 2 5.25" floppy drives.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801mkII SR model 10]]====
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The PC-8801mkII SR model 10 was released in 1985 and had new sound components.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801mkII SR model 20]]====
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Same as the PC-8801mkII SR model 10 but with 1 5.25" floppy drive.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801mkII SR model 30]]====
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Same as the PC-8801mkII SR model 10 but with 2 5.25" floppy drives.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801mkII TR]]====
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The PC-8801mkII TR was released in 1985 and was the PC-8801mkII SR model 30 but had an additional 300 bps modem with it.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801mkII FR model 10]]====
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The PC-8801mkII FR model 10 released in 1985 was a cost reduced version of the PC-8801mkII SR model 10.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801mkII FR model 20]]====
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The PC-8801mkII FR model 20 released in 1985 was a cost reduced version of the PC-8801mkII SR model 20.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801mkII FR model 30]]====
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The PC-8801mkII FR model 30 released in 1985 was a cost reduced version of the PC-8801mkII SR model 30.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801mkII MR]]====
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The PC-8801mkII MR was released in 1985 with 192KB of RAM and the same amount of VRAM.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801 FH model 10]]====
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The PC-8801 FH model 10 was released in 1986 and had a new NEC µPD70008 at 8 MHz with 64KB of RAM and 48KB of VRAM.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801 FH model 20]]====
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The PC-8801 FH model 20 added 1 5.25" floppy drive.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801 FH model 30]]====
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The PC-8801 FH model 30 added 2 5.25" floppy drives.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801 MH]]====
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The PC-8801 MH was released in 1986 and had 192KB of RAM and the same amount of VRAM.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-88 VA]]====
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The PC-88 VA was released in 1987 with a NEC V50 CPU at 8 MHz with 512KB of RAM and 256KB of VRAM.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801 FA]]====
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The PC-8801 FA was released in 1987 with a NEC µPD70008 CPU at 8 MHz with 64KB of RAM and 48KB of VRAM. Stereo sound was added.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801 MA]]====
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The PC-8801 MA was released in 1987 with 192KB of RAM and 48KB of VRAM.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-88 VA2]]====
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The PC-88 VA2 was released in 1988 with a NEC V50 CPU at 8Mhz with 512KB of RAM and 256KB of VRAM.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-88 VA3]]====
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The PC-88 VA3 was released in 1988 and added a 2TD FDD.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801 FE]]====
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The PC-8801 FE was released in 1988 and had a NEC µPD70008 at 8 MHz with 64KB of RAM and 48KB of VRAM. It only had Mono sound.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801 MA2]]====
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The PC-8801 MA2 was released in 1988 and had a NEC µPD70008 at 8 MHz with 192 KB of RAM and 48 KB of VRAM.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801 FE2]]====
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The PC-8801 FE2 was released in 1989 and had 64KB of RAM and 48KB of VRAM. Only Mono sound was on this model.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801 MC model 1]]====
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The PC-8801 MC model 1 was released in 1989 and had 192KB of RAM and 48KB of VRAM.
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====[[wikipedia:PC-8800_series#Model_list|PC-8801 MC model 2]]====
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The PC-8801 MC model 2 was released in 1989 and had a CD-ROM drive.
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== Links ==
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* [https://archive.org/details/PC88-image-collection-1817 PC 88イメージ集( 1817 個)]
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[[Category:Computers]]
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[[Category:NEC personal computers]]

Revision as of 02:26, 17 March 2019

NEC PC-8800 series
Developer NEC Home Electronics
Type Home computer
Release date 1981
Discontinued 1989
Predecessor PC-6000
Successor PC-9800
Emulated

The NEC PC-8800 series, also known as the PC-88, were a family of computers made by NEC starting in 1981. The last models of the PC-88 were released in 1989, though it is unknown when they were discontinued. The PC-88 was released in America and Japan.

Emulators

PC-88 Series Emulators
Emulator Operating System(s) Latest Version Active Recommended
PC
pc8801ma Windows 18/12/02
XM8 Multi-platform 1.70
M88 for OS/2‡ OS/2 2.15
PC88EM macOS 4.35
X88000 Multi-platform 1.5.3
MAME Multi-platform 0.215
Excite88 Windows 0.1.5.0
M88 Windows 19/02/05
PC88WIN Windows 1.14
W88 Windows 0.05
QUASI88 Multi-platform 0.6.4
P88SR DOS† 1.00
Mobile
QUASI88 Android Android 130609

†Only compatible with DOS/V incompatible PC-98 machines running MS-DOS.

‡Versions 2.15 and 2.15s are currently lost. The latest versions downloadable are 2.10 and 2.10s.

Models

PC-8801

The PC-8801 was released in 1981 and had a NEC µPD780 at 4 MHz with 64KB of RAM and 48KB of VRAM.

PC-8801mkII model 10

The PC-8801mkII model 10 was released in 1983 and had the same specs as the PC-8801 but with new sound coponents.

PC-8801mkII model 20

Same thing as the PC-8801mkII model 10 but with 1 5.25" floppy drive.

PC-8801mkII model 30

Same thing as the PC-8801mkII model 10 but with 2 5.25" floppy drives.

PC-8801mkII SR model 10

The PC-8801mkII SR model 10 was released in 1985 and had new sound components.

PC-8801mkII SR model 20

Same as the PC-8801mkII SR model 10 but with 1 5.25" floppy drive.

PC-8801mkII SR model 30

Same as the PC-8801mkII SR model 10 but with 2 5.25" floppy drives.

PC-8801mkII TR

The PC-8801mkII TR was released in 1985 and was the PC-8801mkII SR model 30 but had an additional 300 bps modem with it.

PC-8801mkII FR model 10

The PC-8801mkII FR model 10 released in 1985 was a cost reduced version of the PC-8801mkII SR model 10.

PC-8801mkII FR model 20

The PC-8801mkII FR model 20 released in 1985 was a cost reduced version of the PC-8801mkII SR model 20.

PC-8801mkII FR model 30

The PC-8801mkII FR model 30 released in 1985 was a cost reduced version of the PC-8801mkII SR model 30.

PC-8801mkII MR

The PC-8801mkII MR was released in 1985 with 192KB of RAM and the same amount of VRAM.

PC-8801 FH model 10

The PC-8801 FH model 10 was released in 1986 and had a new NEC µPD70008 at 8 MHz with 64KB of RAM and 48KB of VRAM.

PC-8801 FH model 20

The PC-8801 FH model 20 added 1 5.25" floppy drive.

PC-8801 FH model 30

The PC-8801 FH model 30 added 2 5.25" floppy drives.

PC-8801 MH

The PC-8801 MH was released in 1986 and had 192KB of RAM and the same amount of VRAM.

PC-88 VA

The PC-88 VA was released in 1987 with a NEC V50 CPU at 8 MHz with 512KB of RAM and 256KB of VRAM.

PC-8801 FA

The PC-8801 FA was released in 1987 with a NEC µPD70008 CPU at 8 MHz with 64KB of RAM and 48KB of VRAM. Stereo sound was added.

PC-8801 MA

The PC-8801 MA was released in 1987 with 192KB of RAM and 48KB of VRAM.

PC-88 VA2

The PC-88 VA2 was released in 1988 with a NEC V50 CPU at 8Mhz with 512KB of RAM and 256KB of VRAM.

PC-88 VA3

The PC-88 VA3 was released in 1988 and added a 2TD FDD.

PC-8801 FE

The PC-8801 FE was released in 1988 and had a NEC µPD70008 at 8 MHz with 64KB of RAM and 48KB of VRAM. It only had Mono sound.

PC-8801 MA2

The PC-8801 MA2 was released in 1988 and had a NEC µPD70008 at 8 MHz with 192 KB of RAM and 48 KB of VRAM.

PC-8801 FE2

The PC-8801 FE2 was released in 1989 and had 64KB of RAM and 48KB of VRAM. Only Mono sound was on this model.

PC-8801 MC model 1

The PC-8801 MC model 1 was released in 1989 and had 192KB of RAM and 48KB of VRAM.

PC-8801 MC model 2

The PC-8801 MC model 2 was released in 1989 and had a CD-ROM drive.

Links