For sale : Japanese MSX hardware and software

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Por syn

Prophet (2064)

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04-12-2020, 22:45

this might be one of those "hotel entertainent consoles". I know a few exists of different platforms

Por Manuel

Ascended (18126)

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04-12-2020, 23:03

So, what hardware is it based on? Looks like they just put some motherboard in a case with that switching slot expander. But what board did they use?

Por Mumbly

Expert (82)

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04-12-2020, 23:49

PM sent Smile

Por dioniso

Champion (479)

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05-12-2020, 10:27

I'm the one who bought it. I remember I opened it and inserted some normal cartridges. They DO fit. The first slot has a PCB (ROM cartridge without case) with a very ugly menu to select the slot you want to launch; I think it was in SCREEN 1, just a text. The machine is a MSX1 but I can't remember how much RAM. I took some pictures back then. I don't know if I'll find them. I'll give it a try.

Por dioniso

Champion (479)

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05-12-2020, 11:30

I have found them. Very bad pictures ... quality, everything.

I have always used Tinypic but they have stopped. I have just uploaded them to Google Photos.

Por Manuel

Ascended (18126)

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05-12-2020, 15:54

Mumbly: to whom?

Anyway, dioniso: do you still have it?

Por dioniso

Champion (479)

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05-12-2020, 16:36

Manuel wrote:

Anyway, dioniso: do you still have it?

Yes.

Por Manuel

Ascended (18126)

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05-12-2020, 23:56

Then maybe you can make some detailed photos of the motherboard, so there is a chance we can find out which motherboard it is? Smile
I had really never heard of this 'hidden MSX' before.

Por Pentarou

Champion (394)

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06-12-2020, 01:02

Casio machines have that slanted heatsink. Looks like a Casio PV-16 motherboard.

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