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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Hitachi  B16 EX computer. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message! For other purposes like sales messages, hardware & software questions or information requests, please use our main forum.

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Friday 13rd January 2012

According to Vintropedia Collector Handbook 2009 specifications are an 8086 CPU, 128k of ram and an 8 colour screen.$D7RS9yegrtoC$lpg$PA34$ots$UF9MCD_qGH$dq$hitachi$20B16$20computer$pg$PA34$v$onepage$q$hitachi$20B16$20computer$f$false

More information about the B16/B32 series can also be found here:

It appears to be a Japanese PC clone with special graphics additions to display Kanji Text properly and was expanded to use 286, then 386 processors in the B32 varient. A photo from 1990 is included in the above website.

The 286 version had the following specs:
Intel 80286
FDD 3.5Inc 1.44MB
640X400 monochrome LCD

The MESS emulator includes specific code to emulate parts of the B16 hardware which can display up to 4096 colours ins some modes.

The B16 EX was also used for computer arts. Some examples of artwork produced by this machine can be found here:

Another picture at shows a B16 EX III Plus.

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