Canon V-10
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Description

The Canon V-10 is the first MSX computer released by Canon. Its design is simple, it has only 16kB RAM and you can notice big keys including the function keys and a few special keys.

This machine was aimed at the Japanese market and available in a mix of white, gray and black with some red accents.

For the photography fans, this machine is recommended to be used with an innovative digital Interface Unit DMB between the computer and the Canon T90 Single-lens reflex (SLR) camera. DMB-90 means Data Memory Back 90.

Size: 402(W) x 62(H) x 218(L)mm
Weight: 3.5kg

Brand Canon
Type V-10
Year 1984
Region Japan
Original price ¥54,800
RAM 16kB in slot 0
VRAM 16kB
Media MSX cartridges
Video Texas Instruments TMS9918ANL
Audio PSG (YM2149)
Chipset none (separate IC's)
Keyboard layout QWERTY/JIS
Extras
Emulation ROM dumped and emulated

Pictures

Canon V-10
Canon V-10 left side
Canon V-10 front
Canon V-10 back
Canon V-10 label
Canon V-10 PCB
Canon V-10 box and content
Canon V-10 with box
Canon V-10 manuals

Specifications

The Canon V-10 is a MSX1 with a Z80A from Zilog.

Slot Map

Slot 0 Slot 1 Slot 2 Slot 3
Page C000h~FFFFh RAM Cartridge
Slot 1
Cartridge
Slot 2
Page 8000h~BFFFh
Page 4000h~7FFFh Main-ROM
Page 0000h~3FFFh

Connections