The Sord M5 was a Japanese home computer launched in 1982. It had keys similar to the Sinclair Spectrum, but with the bottom right corner chopped off. It was also sold as the CGL M5 in the UK by Computer Games Limited. This entry refers to the original Japanese version.
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.
SN: 23G 00729
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