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EXL 100

The EXL 100 was done by people who worked at Texas Instruments. It uses a lot of technologies of the TI CC40 (like the basic and the CPU for exemple). All the hardware is based on Texas Instruments chips. The TMS 7020 is the CPU, the TMS 7041 manages all I/O, the speech synthesizer (TMS 5220) and the infrared receiver. The keyboard and the joysticks are linked by infrared to the CPU.

Several peripherals were developped for this computer : a dot matrix printer (EXL 80) and a modem (ExelModem). This computer didn't have a great market success. It was above all used in schools.



NAME  EXL 100
MANUFACTURER  Exelvision
TYPE  Home Computer
ORIGIN  France
YEAR  September 1984
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Exelbasic delivered on cartridge
KEYBOARD  Infra-red rubber keyboard, AZERTY, 61 keys
CPU  TMS 7020 (Texas-Instrument)
SPEED  4.91 MHz
CO-PROCESSOR  TMS-7041 (I/O), TMS-5220A (Speech synthesizer), VDP TMS 3556 (Video generator)
RAM  34 kb (2k of the TMS-7020 + 32k VRAM)
ROM  4 KB (up to 32 KB)
TEXT MODES  40 x 24
GRAPHIC MODES  320 x 200
COLORS  8
SOUND  built-in speech synthesizer (TMS-5220A)
SIZE / WEIGHT  40 x 30 x 6,5 cm
I/O PORTS  Tape interface (DIN), RGB video out (SCART), Cartridge slot, expansion slot, RAM cards slot
BUILT IN MEDIA  optional CMOS RAM card (16k or 64k)
Optional 3.4'' disk drives
OS  CROS (Exelmémoires), ExelDOS (disks)
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in PSU
PRICE  457 (France, september 1984)
410 (France, november 1985)

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