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Thursday 5th August 2010
Andre (France)

I was using some msx computers long ago, mainly for games.
I had a Sony Hit Bit 700 that i sold to buy a pc but was missing it so much that i bought a used Sony Hit Bit F500 F (for France I guess). I still have it and its working fine for now. It is booting on Msx Basic, but I have no manual left (if u know of some pdf file ...). I have some game cartridges too.

Saturday 1st December 2007
Francisco (Spain)

I really don't know as I have never used one of them, I've been reading about this computer and could be a GEM version (but, I'm not sure).

Monday 27th December 2004
Oscar (Spain)

Maybe GEOS?

Friday 11th April 2003
Leandro (Brazil)

Does anyone knows the name of the GUI that came with this computer?

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