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F > FUJITSU  > FM Towns II EX


 

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Thursday 20th December 2012
Joseph (United States)

It looks like a Macintosh, minus the optical drive.


Thursday 20th December 2012
Joseph (United States)

It looks like a Macintosh, minus the optical drive.


Saturday 17th March 2012
Conrad Russo (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada)

As far as I know there is no FM TOWNS II EX. The three FM TOWNS machines that come in this style of case that I know of are the UX, UG, and the UR. I have the latter. The UX and UG both have 386SX processors, the UX has a 386SX 16MHz, the UG has a 386SX 20MHz. The UR has a 486SX 20MHz. All three models are limited to 10MB RAM max. The only thing I can think of is you have mixed up a picture of a UX with the stats of the much later MX machine, which does indeed have a 486DX2 66MHz, although that machine tops out at a maximum of 100MB of RAM, not 32.


Monday 24th October 2011
Fork

Fm stands for fart monster


Friday 20th August 2010
CLASSIFIED

It looks like the tv vcr combo in my room


Monday 6th January 2003
Cal Saliki (Montreal)

Wow!

What a monster :D
66Mhz, 1mb VRAM... in 1993...





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