The MACC-7 was a 16-bit minicomputer developed in 1968 by Matsushita Communication Industrial for online real-time control. It was shipped built into educational systems. In September 1969, it was announced and marketed as a general-purpose minicomputer (together with the ultra-small MACC-7/S which was the equivalent of a personal computer), and later developed into a MACC-7 family comprised on s, f, w and L models.
In 1973, the minicomputer business of Matsushita Communication Industrial was transferred to PFU. A single MACC-7/F from PFU is still preserved today.