CGL Sord M5
The Sord M5 made by CGL Home Computers, was a Japanese home computer available in 1983. It had keys similar to the Sinclair Spectrum, but with the bottom right corner chopped off.
The processor was a Zilog Z80 , runninng at 3.58 MHz
Video Hardware consisted of 24x40 text (8x6 characters), 224 user defined characters, 256x192 graphics, 16 colours, 32 hardware sprites (up to 16x16 pixels).
Sound Hardware had 3 sound channels, 1 noise channel, 6 octaves, 15 amplitude levels.
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