The Casio FP-6000S is Casio's most ambitious computer for the overseas market.
It has been marketed in all of Europe's countries. However, it is also Casio's biggest (and costliest) failure on the market.
The FP-6000S still has a beautiful, modular design. The CPU unit is housed in a tall vertical white unit with a gray face plate. The on/off switch is bright orange. The 94-key keyboard was one of the best mechanical keyboards ever produced, along with IBM's 'M' "clicky type" model. The CPU has three slots for expansion. Both the mono and color monitor are antiglare and have a very good image quality.