National CF-2000
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The National CF-2000 is the first MSX home computer produced by the Japanese corporation Matsushita Denki for the Japanese market. At that time Matsushita used the National brand for consumer products in Japan, Australia, Brazil and New Zealand, while Panasonic was used for other international markets.

The MSX1 product line from National was called "King-Kong". The computer consists out of a single unit with integrated keyboard and power supply. The computer has two cartridge slots aligned on the top right. The case is light grey with light yellow keys, with the cursor keys having a blue and white design.

The package includes a RF converter (CF-2111). It is possible to connect a printer, by first inserting the National CF-2121 cartridge.

Brand National
Model CF-2000
Year 1983-10
Region Japan
Launch price ¥54,800
RAM 16kB in slot 0
Media Cartridges
Video Texas Instruments TMS9918
Audio PSG (AY-3-8910A)
Chipset none (separate IC's)
Keyboard layout QWERTY/JP50on
Emulation ROM dumped and emulated.


National CF-2000
National CF-2000 back
National CF-2000 right side
National CF-2000 with box
National CF-2000 manuals
National CF-2000 label
National CF-2111 RF converter


The CF-2000 is a MSX1 with a Z80A from NEC (D780C-1). The computer has 2 cartridge slots on the top right. It does not have a printer port.

Slot Map

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


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