Daewoo DTX-1493FW
This page was last modified 23:22, 17 January 2021 by Mars2000you. Based on work by Rderooy.



The Daewoo DTX-1493FW aka Zemmix SuperBoy is the combination of a television and a MSX1 console in one unit. It was released by the Korean company Daewoo in 1989. All MSX-compatible consoles from Daewoo are called Zemmix that means 'It's Fun'.

The MSX logo does not appear on this machine, and due to the lack of a keyboard it is not compliant with the MSX specification. We can therefore speak of a hidden MSX! According to some rumors that need to be confirmed, it was available in 4 colors: red, white, indigo and black.

This machine has only one cartridge slot and it's not possible to add a keyboard. The MSX video is internally connected to the screen on a "high quality" RGB output. This was appreciated by Korean users who wanted to make quality screendumps of their favourite games.

Brand Daewoo
Model DTX-1493FW (SuperBoy)
Year 1989
Region South Korea
Launch price
RAM 32kB (? in slot 2)
Media Cartridges
Video Texas Instruments TMS9918ANL
Audio PSG (AY-3-8910A)
Chipset  ? none (separate IC's)
Keyboard layout no keyboard
Extras console combined with TV
Emulation ROM dump needed. See this thread for details


Daewoo DTX-1493FW
Daewoo DTX-1493FW
Daewoo DTX-1493FW
Daewoo DTX-1493FW - back


The Zemmix SuperBoy is a MSX1 console combined with a TV in the same unit.