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Fujitsu
FM 11 EX

The FM-11 was announced as a higher-end model of the FM-8 in November 1982, simultaneously with the mass market FM-7 machine. The FM-11 series was intended to be used in offices. FM stands for "Fujitsu Micro".

Japanese characters can be displayed within a 16 x 16 pixels matrix.

Several FM-11 models were marketed:
- FM-11 EX (1982): 6809 & 8088 microprocessors
- FM-11 AD (1982): 6809 micromprocessor only
- FM-11 ST (1982): economic version of the AD, with FDD as an option. Built-in ROM Basic.
- FM-11 BS (1984): 8088 microprocessor only
- FM-11 AD2 (1984): OS-9 operating system
- FM-11 AD2+ (1985): enhanced AD2 (256 KB RAM)

Only the "ST" model has built-in ROM Basic.

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NAME  FM 11 EX
MANUFACTURER  Fujitsu
TYPE  Professional Computer
ORIGIN  Japan
YEAR  1982
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  F-Basic available on disk
KEYBOARD  Complete professional keyboard with function keys and separated numeric keypad (JIS standard). 98 keys.
CPU  Intel 8088 (8 Mhz) and MBL 68B09E (2 Mhz) (Motorola MC69B09s in earlier models)
SPEED  MBL69B09s (Video and I/O control)
CO-PROCESSOR  Fujitsu MBL 69B09s
RAM  128 KB (up to 1 MB)
VRAM  192 KB
ROM  24 KB
TEXT MODES  40 x 20, 40 x 25, 80 x 20, 80 x 25
GRAPHIC MODES  640 x 400, 640 x 200 with 8 colours
COLOrsc  16
SOUND  Beeper
SIZE / WEIGHT  464 (W) x 360 (D) x 153 (H) mm / 11.8 Kg (13 Kg with addition floppy disk drive)
I/O PORTS  Keyboard, Light pen, Tape interface, Monochrome video output, Color video output, Printer (parallel/Centronics), RS-232C, 5 expansion slots
BUILT IN MEDIA  1 or 2 x 5.25'' disk drives (2DD, 320 KB)
OS  CP/M 86, in option: OS-9, FLEX, MS-DOS and CP/M 80
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in PSU
PRICE  398 000 yen (Japan, 1983)





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