PCjs machines can be built with the following CPUs:
More recently, PCjs includes a new set of Device Classes used to create simpler machines, such as:
- Texas Instruments TI-42, TI-55, and TI-57 Programmable Calculators
- John Conway’s “Game of Life” Cellular Automaton built as an LED Simulation
- Hasbro’s “Lite-Brite” reimagined as an animated LED Simulation (eg, Animated Christmas Tree)
- LED Scroller and LED Symbol Builder
The goal is to make it easy to construct a variety of machines from a common set of devices (i.e., keyboards, displays, disk and tape drive controllers, etc).