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This is an MSX computer, with a separate keyboard. It has 64kB of RAM, and as usual for the format could load software from cartridge ape or floppy disk.
It has an unusual feature, which is the sound illumination display on the main unit. This displays the sound level of the software being run, but is also a useful tool in showing the level that programs are being loaded and saved.
In common with the MSX standard, there are two cart slots, composite video out, a printer serial port, Joystock ports and the usual cursor keys on the separate keyboard.
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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH68393. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.