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FM Towns II

The FM Towns II is a follow up to the FM Towns (read this entry for more info).

The FM Towns II could read CD audio. 5 LED displayed the sound volume and two buttons was used to change volume.

Graphics video features were very powerful:
- One could display up to 800 sprite (16x16) on one video frame, - Zoom and screen rotation were hardware features. Display could be rotated to any angle using one single command.
- Texts, Sprites and Graphics used three different RAM areas. They could be easily displayed simultaneously.

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I found one of these supprisingly at a flea market for cheap and there are alot of amazing games available for it i had mine upgraded to a 486 a few years after obtaining it

Tuesday 24th October 2017
Robert (usa)

I find the English language to be very unintelligent and with many gramical errors. Obviously PorkyR never took the time at School to learn French or is arrogant of his own language. This is why they teach you this kind of stuff in grade school. And also to stay on topic of the computer I find the casing of the FM Towns II very interesting and I really like it. Possibly my favourite design for a computer of this time.

Monday 11th March 2013
TylerE (UK)

Sentinelle_Divine (FRANCE) J''utilise un traducteur en ligne.

Je ne comprends pas complètement à votre question. Mais je pense que le système d''exploitation, il a été fait pour qu''on appelle le système d''exploitation villes, et je ne pense pas que vous y trouverez des informations plus sur le sujet, en raison de la rareté de cette machine.

Tuesday 13rd March 2012


TYPE  Home Computer
YEAR  1989
KEYBOARD  Full stroke 123 (!) keys with function keys and numeric keypad
CPU  Intel 80386sx
CO-PROCESSOR  80387 arithmetic coprocessor
RAM  1 or 2 MB, depending models (max 64 MB)
VRAM  512KB + 128KB (Sprite RAM)
ROM  Unknown
GRAPHIC MODES  from 352 x 232 up to 640 x 480
up to 1024 sprites (16x16)
COLORS  32768 colors palette - 256 on screen
SOUND  6 channel FM, 8 channel PCM
SIZE / WEIGHT  Unknown
BUILT IN MEDIA  2 x 3.5'' floppy discs, PC format; CD-ROM single speed; 80 MB hard-disk
OS  Town OS
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in power supply unit
PRICE  Unknown

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