Philips NMS 8245 MSX2

1986  Made in Japan
RAM 128Kb + 128Kb VRAM ROM 64Kb 
CPU Z80A - 3,579 Mhz 
Operating System MSX 2: MSX BASIC v 2.1, MSX Disk BASIC v 1.0, MSX DOS v 1.0 
Text (Cols x Rows) 80x24, 40x24, 32x24
Graphics
256x192@16 colors - 32 sprites; 512x212/424@16 of 512 colors 
Sound 3 sound channels (8 octaves) and a channel of white noise 
Storage memory Floppy 3,5" 720Kb

Type NMS8245/00

Serial No: JM0073 0032005

Manufacturer: Philips
Date: 1st January 1986



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Philips NMS 8245 MSX2 Manuals:

Item Manufacturer Date
ICL Training - IDMS Design ICL 1987

Philips NMS 8245 MSX2 Articles:

Item Manufacturer Date
Fantastick I Joystick Unknown
Yamaha YK-10 Keyboard Yamaha Unknown
Yamaha YK-01 Keyboard Yamaha Unknown
Quickshot QS-130F Python 1 Quickshot Ltd Unknown
Yamaha SFG-05 FM Sound Synthesizer Unit II Yamaha Unknown
Pioneer PX-TB7 Tablet Pioneer Unknown
Quickshot 1 Joystick Spectravision 1983
Spectravision Quick Shot 1 Joystick Spectravision 1983
Toshiba HX-J400 Joystick Toshiba 1984
Powerplay Multi-Colour Joystick Cruiser Powerplay 1986
Yamaha CA-01 Yamaha 1986

Magazines RELATED to Philips NMS 8245 MSX2 in our Library

Item Manufacturer Date
Dragon User - October 1984 1984
Dragon User - September 1984 1984
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Practical Computing - April 1984 Apr 1984
Personal Computer World - December 1984 Dec 1984
Dragon User - June 1985 Jun 1985

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH1373. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 

Philips NMS 8245 MSX2

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