MSX in a soap.

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By hamlet

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12-01-2017, 02:43

After a hard research I finally found a images from a different angle:

By Manuel

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12-01-2017, 07:40

Hahaha, nice job!

By Louthrax

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12-01-2017, 11:46

Nice re-creation Smile You even found the same cassette player !

About "back to the future things", I just saw this on youTube today: Biff's World (1989) HD . Kind of make me think to someone these days :))

By Philip

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12-01-2017, 18:58

Nice Hamlet, if it wasn't for the mainboard wallpaper I would almost believe you went back in time in the Delorean to make the picture oO

By Louthrax

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12-01-2017, 21:42

Philip wrote:

Nice Hamlet, if it wasn't for the mainboard wallpaper I would almost believe you went back in time in the Delorean to make the picture oO

Also that Playboy issue is the one from August 1997 oO Wink

By Philip

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12-01-2017, 21:58

Hmmm, as those Deloreans were not so reliable it probably broke down in 1997 on the way to 1986 Shocked!

By hamlet

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13-01-2017, 08:59

The Playboy is from 1980, a little to old. Showing a beautiful car and a fast girl. Much later I got one.
A Renault Alpine. That was the nearest I could get to a Delorean. And it´s frech. I like french cars.

By hamlet

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25-04-2017, 21:43

As a successor of the german WDR Computer Club you can watch german Computer Club2 starring a 8235!

By Manuel

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25-04-2017, 22:47

OK, but what is the idea behind this video? It's recent, I guess? He does make some mistakes in his story (e.g. palette is 16 out of 512 of course and no one got the MSX Technical Databook with his MSX!) and OMG, he's plugging in cartridges with the power on!

!?

By hamlet

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26-04-2017, 17:26

Yes it´s a truly bad introduction. I simply wonder why Wolfgang Rudolph (who moderated for 23 years one of the first computer shows in german tv together with Wolfgang Backes) did this job and obviously without deeper preperation. This yt channel continues his tv work and finance his retirement, I guess.
But that´s the internet. Lot of people (except for me, of course) shares half-knowledge.
After inserting the cart in the powered 8235 he wonders why the screen stays frozen. He should do that with an expansionslot on his modern PC.

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