MSXPC (well, allmost) also available in Europe...

By jalu

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07-12-2003, 15:43

See:

http://www.tomshardware.de/firstlook/20031204/index.html

Looks identical to me, except for the MSX Player logo...

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By anonymous

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07-12-2003, 16:59

Yeah, but there's no MSX Game Reader or MSX PLAYer built-in.

By jalu

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07-12-2003, 17:33

If I look at snout's pictures, the gamereader is not built into the MSXPC either, it seems just to come with the USB gamereader.

By legacy

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07-12-2003, 17:37

bah,he compare it with a commodore c64

By POISONIC

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07-12-2003, 18:57

its the same indeed what a shame well if your dutch the respond on the 2003 msx cristmas story to read the bad story about msxpc.

By POISONIC

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07-12-2003, 19:22

www.stormbytes.com/acatalog/BlizzardCybernet.html

how original :evil: this realy sucks ........

i realy tought they where so original but in stead of making a new design you buy one put a msx sticker on it ;(

iám verry disapointed

www.stormbytes.com/acatalog/BlizzardElite.jpg
:-?

is this the revival where we all waiting for a Shemale pc as guyr800 mentioned in the dutch cristmas story 2003

By Ivan

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07-12-2003, 19:38

What's up? I thought that we all know that it wasn't a unique PC:

http://www.msx.org/newspost1030.html (posted in February 2003......)

You can read there: "Probably, some of you already know this machine, the reason we want to give it some extra attention is the fact that it has also caught the attention of ASCII and they make a very clear comparison with the MSX."

By anonymous

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07-12-2003, 20:21

Yeah, some people seem to think this so-called MSXPC is a product made by MSX Association. But it's not! Why would they put $$$ into designing and manufacturing a PC?! Ofcourse they didn't.

The MSXPC is a limited edition GIMMICK, not a new product, not a new MSX, just a nice way of reliving the MSX days with a PC which looks like old MSX's and capable of running MSX soft.

All of this has been made clear from the start. I do not understand the confusion :O

By legacy

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07-12-2003, 20:25

Quote:
its the same indeed what a shame well if your dutch the respond on the 2003 msx cristmas story to read the bad story about msxpc.

If This for me, well, I am a dutchie.
Your part of the cristmas story is not so bad at all, finaly the c64 is dead, killed by MSX.
Merry cristmas.

By legacy

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07-12-2003, 20:54

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I do not understand the confusion.

Don't take this talk to serious.

btw. It must be possible, writing a MSX OS from the scratch on a AMD or INTEL sys, not using a host OS (linux or windows)
I know it can, but my know how is to low. (how sounds that?)