Ah, my emulators are for Windows 98 with DirectX 7.
All of the software for the Panasonic JR-200U that we know about came
on cassettes. The "expansion port" was supposedly to be used for
things like memory expansion, disk drive interface, and the like,
none of which were marketed in the U.S. so far as we know.
--- In tomytutor@y..., Russ Perry Jr <slapdash@e...> wrote:
> At 1:50 AM +0000 9/27/02, emucompboy wrote:
> > If you want to see the emulator, go to
> The page doesn't say, but I assume these emulators are for the PC?
> I don't suppose there are Mac versions of the NEC Trek emulator and
> >Another computer that is very affordable and easy to collect is
> >Panasonic JR 200U.. This computer is another one of my
> Yeah, it's very attractive. It didn't take carts though, did it?