|Manufactured by||Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd.|
|Owner||Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd.|
|Location of historical materials||Oki Electric Industry Co., Ltd. Takasaki Facility, Futaba-cho 3-1, Takasaki-shi, Gunma Prefecture 370-8585, Japan|
|Visitor information||Not open to the public (Negotiable. Please ask before visiting)|
|Contact||Takasaki General Affairs Team Tel.+81-27-325-1111|
OKI announced PC's named if800 model 10 and model 20 for business application in May 1980 when major use of PC was for hobby. Model 10's standard configuration included a printer. Model 20 was a so-called "all in one" type PC with built-in flexible disk drive, display, keyboard and printer. Model 20 was appraised highly for its having explored Japanese business application market for PC.
Model 30 was announced in 1981 as an upper model to model 10 and model 20. It was a real business PC, having Chinese character processing capability and graphics.
CPU chip of model 30 was Z80B (8bit, 5MHz) and maximum memory (DRAM) capacity was 256KB. A 640×400 color or monochrome display, two 8 inch 1 MB flexible disk drives and a 16×16 dot-matrix Chinese character printer were built-in to model 30.
Its OS was CP/M and major programming language was OKI-BASIC.