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  Sharp PC-7100 Portable by Bill Degnan - 11/10/2009 13:18
Yet another 80's portable, this time from Sharp Electronics.


The Sharp PC-7100 Portable


The blue back-lit LCD screen is still crisp, and the original DOS was 2.11.


No restoration work necessary, this system is in perfect working order, and came in the original box with original packing materials.

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  Still have PC-7100? by Tim Nelson - 10/08/2011 13:08
Hey Bill,

My first computer ever was a Sharp PC-7000. The PC-7100 was similar and if I can't get my hands on a PC-7000 I might go for a PC-7100. Dod you still have it and is it for sale?

Thanks,
Tim

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  Sharp 7100 has been sold by Bill Degnan - 10/12/2011 10:00
Sharp 7100 has been sold

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  Saw your post for a Sharp pc-7000 by chris gunn - 10/29/2011 12:14

I have a working sharp pc-7000 if your interested, i am clearing out some old stuff shoot me an email and we'll go from there.

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  Sharp PC-7000 by Tim Nelson - 11/07/2011 22:09
Hey Chris - glad to hear you have a working PC-7000. Send me an email to nelson1707 at mac.com and we'll figure it out. Thanks.


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