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Multi 8

The Multi 8 can be used in two modes : a Basic Mode and a CP/M mode. In the CP/M mode, the whole memory (64 KB) can be accessed.

NAME  Multi 8
TYPE  Home Computer
YEAR  1983
KEYBOARD  Full-stroke keyboard (JIS standard), 88 keys, 5 function keys, separated editing & numeric keypads, CTRL & CAPSLOCK keys
CPU  Zilog Z80A
RAM  64 kb (32K in Basic)
VRAM  48 kb (3 x 16 kb banks) + 4k (Text RAM)
ROM  32 kb (Basic) + 2 kb (character generator)
TEXT MODES  80/72/40/36 x 25/20
Chinese characters : 40 x 12 (optional)
GRAPHIC MODES  640 x 200
SOUND  3 voices
SIZE / WEIGHT  46 ×26 ×9 cm / 4.4kg
I/O PORTS  Cartridge slot, Audio Out, Tape-recorder 600/1200 bauds, RF video output, Composite video output, RGB color output, Centronics interface, RS232c (37.5-9600 bps)
OS  CP/M 80 version 2.2 or built-in M-Basic (MS-Basic derivative)
PERIPHERALS  5''1/4 disk-drive (320k), Chinese characters ROM cartridge
PRICE  123000 yens

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