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Sunday 18th November 2012


Monday 18th June 2012

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

Tuesday 17th January 2012

My second one... Love too

Thursday 22nd September 2005
Niles (Madrid (Spain))

HB75P Service Manual downloadable at

as many others MSX documents ^ ^

Thursday 23rd January 2003
Niles (Madrid (Spain))

we can find a scanned operating manual of this machine at
... great !!

Tuesday 16th July 2002
Niles (Madrid (Spain))

I see many people remarks his first computer. Well, this wonder machine was my first computer, in 1985, and I'm still using it! :D
Best Regards.

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