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T > TOMY  > Tutor MK II   

Tutor MK II

Well I don't know much things about this one. It seems that the only thing that differs from the Tomy Tutor is the keyboard. Now there is a real keyboard, all white. So the funky pink space bar has disapeared, booo :o(

It seems too that this model was only sold in Japan for a short time in 1984, one year after the release of its young brother the Pyutta "1".

If you want to know more about this rare machine, please read the description of the Pyuuta/Tomy Tutor.

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I have a pair of Pyuuta Mk IIs. As noted, the keyboard is not the same as the US Tutor''s. That is not the only difference, however. The Tutor has two ROMs: one for the OS (including GBASIC) and one for BASIC. Only the first ROM is present in the Mk II. There is a cartridge (BASIC1) that adds this ROM to the Mk II so that it ends up being just like a US Tutor, but it doesn''t come that way out of the box. There is also a printer interface for it that plugs into the expansion port at the back (this can connect to standard Centronics-style parallel printers using the included cable).

Sunday 1st February 2015

There''''s an interesting site about TMS99xx stuff :

Has quite a lot of stuff on the TI TMS9900/TMS9995 hardware including a breadboard self-build computer based on the TMS9995

Well worth a look !

Friday 18th July 2014
Mark  (USA)


TYPE  Home Computer
YEAR  1984
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  GBasic + Tomy Basic
Integrated software : Tomy Paint (paint program)
KEYBOARD  QWERTY mechanical keyboard, 53 keys
CPU  Texas-Instrument TMS 9995NL
SPEED  2,7 Mhz
CO-PROCESSOR  Videochip : Texas-Instrument TMS 9918ANL
RAM  16 kb (up to 64 kb)
VRAM  16 kb
ROM  32 kb (including TOMY Basic, GBASIC, and graphic software)
TEXT MODES  32 x 24 in 16 colors
GRAPHIC MODES  256 x 192 in 16 colors
4 unicolor sprites
SOUND  3 channels (2 music, 1 noise), 8 octaves
SIZE / WEIGHT  36 x 24 cm
I/O PORTS  Joystick port (9-pin DSUB, but not Atari compatible)
RF output
Video composite/Audio outputs
I/O port
Cartridge slot
5-DIN plug for tape-recorder
PRICE  29,800¥, approximately US$110 (Japan, 84)

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