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Sony
Hit-Bit 75

This is a quite popular MSX 1 computer. As soon as it was available (in Europe at least), a lot of extensions were already available too, making the HB-75 a quite complete system. It is also a quite well designed computer.

There's a built-in piece of software (Personal Data Bank) available on startup and composed of an agenda (scheduler), a memo, an address manager and a transfer utility. And you could save your work via a special RAM cartridge.

There is a ROM of 48 KB : 16 KB for the integrated software and 32 KB for the Basic. The RAM is composed of 64 KB and 16 KB for the video. You can connect a disk drive controller to the second cartridge slot which is at the back of the computer, the primary cartridge slot being on top.

Foreign models where named HB-75F for France, HB-75D for Germany or HB-75P for PAL models...


 

I SELL ONE. SOMEBODY INTERESTED¿

          
Sunday 18th November 2012
CARLOS (SPAIN)

You can connect a disk drive to *ANY* of the cartridge slots, same as on any MSX, not specifically 2nd slot...

          
Monday 18th June 2012
MsxKun

My second one... Love too

          
Tuesday 17th January 2012
ESLES (DSS)

 

NAME  Hit-Bit 75
MANUFACTURER  Sony
TYPE  Home Computer
ORIGIN  Japan
YEAR  1984 ?
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Microsoft Extended Basic (MSX Basic V1.0)
Personal Databank sofware built-in
KEYBOARD  QWERTY mechanical keyboard
AZERTY for the HB-75F
CPU  Z80A
SPEED  3,6 Mhz
RAM  64 kb, 30 kb left for the programming
VRAM  16 kb
ROM  32 kb + 16kb for built-in software
TEXT MODES  Mode 0 : 40 x 24
Mode 1 : 32 x 24
GRAPHIC MODES  Mode 2 : 256 x 192 with 16 colors (Hires mode)
Mode 3 : 64 x 48 with 16 colors (Multi colour mode)
32 sprites
COLORS  16
SOUND  General Instruments AY-3-8910 Programmable Sound Generator
3 channels, 8 octaves
I/O PORTS  2 joystick sockets
2 cardridge slot (1 at the rear)
Tape-recorder plug (1200/2400 bauds)
RGB video output
Centronics interface
Monitor video output
Scart video output
OS  MSX DOS
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in power supply
PERIPHERALS  Printers
Track ball
Joysticks
Disk drive
PRICE  HB-75F: 503 (France, june 85)
69.800 yens (Japan)




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