Panasonic MSX CF-2700

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MSX was the name of a standardized home computer architecture in the 1980s conceived by Kazuhiko Nishi, then Vice-president at Microsoft Japan and Director at ASCII Corporation.

Processor: NEC D780C-1, a Zilog Z80 -A clone with a clock speed of 3.56 MHz.
ROM: 64 KB divided into 32 user KB and 16 KB of video / 32 KB (MSX-Basic) 
Graphics: 256x192x16 colors (VDP TM9929A ​​16 KB) 
Text: 32x24 (8x8 characters) and 40x24 (8x6 characters) 
Sound: 8 octaves and three voices (AY-3 -8910A) 
Mass storage: 1200/2400 baud FSK cassette and floppy disk drive 3 1 / 2 "
External. connectors: 2 x cartridges, two joysticks, cassette, UHF, monitor, Centronics devices: MSX 
Standard Dimensions: 44 x 9 x 25 cm / 3.6 kg
System: MSX1
Year: 1983
RAM / ROM: 32 kB / 64 kB
Colours: 16
MSX BASIC version 1.0

Manufacturer: Panasonic
Date: 1983

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Panasonic MSX CF-2700 Manuals:

Item Manufacturer Date
ICL Training - IDMS Design ICL 1987

Magazines RELATED to Panasonic MSX CF-2700 in our Library

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

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH17206. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.


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