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By SonyTEL

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20-05-2018, 02:21

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By SonyTEL

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26-05-2018, 01:28

Are you dead tronko?
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By UsagiPretzels

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08-12-2019, 08:22

So, what MSX and MSX2 computers that are quite suitable for young Japanese children throughout ages 3-12?

By sdsnatcher73

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10-12-2019, 11:36

UsagiPretzels wrote:

So, what MSX and MSX2 computers that are quite suitable for young Japanese children throughout ages 3-12?

I would say they are all equally suitable. Preferably you get a machine with 64kB RAM in the same slot (you can find that info in the Wiki) if it is an MSX1.

By UsagiPretzels

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12-12-2019, 02:48

So you're saying, that many MSX1 computers like the Sony Hit-Bit HB-75, the Hitachi MB-H50 and the Sanyo Wavy MPC-2 (which all had 64kB of RAM) could be suitable for children under ages 3-12, especially for elementary school children?

Although, computers with less RAM (like the Casio PV-7 of course) would be a study that children would not use it to do SensorKid BASIC.

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