The NEC PC-6001 was the first PC ever produced by NEC, in 1981,
featuring an incredible 3,8 MHZ Z80 CPU and up to 32k of RAM :). A lot
of different models were produced (most notably the PC-6001 MK2 and the
PC-6001 MK2 SR). It’s successor was the PC-6601 which paved the way for
the infamous PC-88. They supported ROM cartridges, floppy disks and
A version of the PC-6001 was brought to the American market, it was called Nec Trek (or PC-6001A).
P6001V: One of the first PC-6001 series emulators
ever, in fact it’s oldest versions were designed for DOS :). Recently
the author started working on it again and updated his work. The
emulator is open source.
- P6001V 1.13
- P6001V 1.13 Source Code
- P6001V 1.15 (32 and 64 bit)
- P6001V 1.15 Source Code
- P6001V Site Home Page
PC6001VW: An emulator for the 6000, 6600 and SR series. It’s still updated by it’s author.
KEYBOARD CHECKER: An utility that goes along the PC6001VW emulator, needed to set up the keyboard properly.
- Danjuro’s Packs. A set of games and programs for the PC-60 series
- TOSEC. Latest TOSEC set for the PC 60 series.
- Share’s collections. A pack that includes a lot of collections found on Share. There are a lot of duplicates, tough.