【Matsushita Communication】 JD-700/JD-800

The My Brain JD-700 and JD-800 were the first personal computers from Matsushita Communication Industrial (today, the Panasonic Corporation) and went on sale in 1978. The computers ran on an 8-bit 8085 MPU and used an extended dialog-based version of BASIC and CP/M as their primary software. The JD-700 had a five-inch floppy disk drive, whereas the JD-800 had two eight-inch floppy disk drives and three I/O ports. The personal computers were mainly used for business applications such as payroll calculations, production management, and inventory management. It could also be used as intelligent terminals.

Matsushita Communication My Brain JD-700/JD-800