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FM New 7

The FM-NEW7 as its name suggests is the successor of the FM-7. It uses high-integration memory and gate array LSI to reduce price while maintaining FM-7 functionality. But on the paper, there is no real difference between the FM-NEW7 and the "old" FM-7.

The system is powered by two Motorola 68B09 micro-processors. One is the main CPU and the other handles video and inputs/outputs. There is a (optional?) Kanji (Chinese characters) ROM offering: 453 JIS non-kanji characters and 2965 JIS level 1 characters. Japanese text can be displayed on 40 columns x 12 lines.

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NAME  FM New 7
TYPE  Home Computer
YEAR  May 1984
KEYBOARD  Full stroke QWERTY keyboard, 10 function keys, arrow keys
CPU  Motorola 68B09
CO-PROCESSOR  second Motorola 68B09
RAM  64 KB
ROM  44 KB
TEXT MODES  40 x 12 (japanese language display)
GRAPHIC MODES  640 x 200 with 8 colours
COLORS  Unknown
SOUND  3 channels, 8 octaves
SIZE / WEIGHT  Unknown
I/O PORTS  Unknown
OS  with optional disk drives: OS-9, FLEX, UCSD-P SYSTEM, RUNSER and even CP/M with Z80 expansion board
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in power supply
PRICE  99800 yen (Japan)

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