The HRX is only a 2HR with some more memory (RAM of 64kb) and above all, a new integrated language, the Forth !! Yes, you read well : FORTH. At this time, as the Jupiter Ace was no longer produced, the Hector HRX was simply the only micro-computer in the world with Forth originally integrated (at least I think).
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Text mode seems to actually be 40x28.
Saturday 4th October 2014
Tim Locke (Canada)
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BUILT IN GAMES
AZERTY, Mechanical keyboard, 53 keys
Zilog Z80 A
64 kb, 48 kb free for user
16 kb, up to 64 kb
40 x 22
112 x 78 with 4 colors 243 x 231 with 4 colors
15 (8 colors, 2 brightness)
1 voice, 4 octaves
SIZE / WEIGHT
47 x 27 x 10 cm
2 joysticks plugs Video RGB output (scart / secam) Centronics, Rom-pack, Disk-drive on the same port
BUILT IN MEDIA
Tape recorder (1500 bauds)
Internal power supply
Joysticks Robot arm Disc2 disk drives BASIC 3 rom-pack
754 (France, november 83) 4950fr (France, november 83) HRX + Disc2 = 760 (France,may 86)