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Champion (357)

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20-05-2015, 18:30

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Paragon (1804)

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20-05-2015, 19:25

I don't like to see those MSX wet by rain Sad Sad Sad Sad
Great collection ^^

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Master (197)

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20-05-2015, 19:40

At least some of them are protected for rainfall

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Champion (357)

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20-05-2015, 19:54

yes, I would not do it in a sunny day, because strong UV rays are surely harmful to plastic.

I waited for a cloudy day wihout rain, but weather prediction changed in the last minute... and a very light rain started.

I had to store them again quickly, but I assure no MSX was harmed during this presentation

next time, I will let corridors in way to actually run naked among the MSXes, using a GT to cover my intimate parts from camera. Then I will post video here.

Then you may create the smiley Running Naked In a Field of MSX !

Big smile

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Prophet (2520)

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20-05-2015, 21:16

Congrats, you have a lot of great machines!.
Can't see the Hitachi MB-H3, Panasonic FS-5500 or Victor HC-95 tho...I suppose that all of them are the summit of an MSX collection (except the Dragon MSX of course) :-)

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Champion (357)

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20-05-2015, 21:18

MB-H3 is there, in plastic at the side of MB-H2.

FS-5500 and HC90/95 are in my list and will be bought, eventually Smile

Thanks

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Champion (357)

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20-05-2015, 21:39

jltursan wrote:

(except the Dragon MSX of course) :-)

By the way... Dragon MSX is indeed a quite rare machine. BUT... IMHO the handmade Sincorp SBX beats up any "rare" MSX machine.

Sincorp SBX article

And ASCII Japan seems to know very little, or nothing about "rare" MSX machines. Maybe a white ML-TS2/ML-TS2H could be a rare one. But the black ones aren't.

Another example. The 3rd type of brazilian Hotbit made is rare even among us.

I am working on the wiki pages, adding and correcting information about brazilian MSX machines. Expect very nice new information soon. LOL!

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Prophet (2520)

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20-05-2015, 22:46

Indeed, the MB-H3 is covered with plastic, nice machine!.

I remember reading about the SBX some years ago; but seems that at least two units have survived until today, one it's in the Icatec Museum in Buenos Aires and another one in private hands.
Only one Dragon MSX seems to exists today, remember that it never was in the market and the SBX sold at least one hundred units.
Anyway, both are virtually impossible to collect (without spending a fortune).

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Champion (357)

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21-05-2015, 00:36

Here in Brazil, a company called Dynacom once made one prototype of a new MSX1 computer. The company announced in magazines and newspapers its wish to enter in MSX market. This protoype was shown in at least one exhibition, but their MSX never came to market. A few years ago fractal2000 contacted the former owner of the company, but sadly he was told that prototype was thrashed.

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Champion (357)

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23-05-2015, 02:18

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Master (164)

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23-05-2015, 17:04

wernerkai wrote:

Running Naked in a Field of Flowers

My nice MSX Collection

:RNFF:

Amazing. My MSX collection is still very small. :x Because I collect everything from video games. But my MSX collection can be seen on the MSX collection thread. :o

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