Sanyo PHC-70FD2
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The PHC-70FD2 is a computer released on the Japanese market by Sanyo. While this computer is an all in one, the floppy disk drives is placed facing the user. Compared to the PHC-70FD, the Ren-Sha Turbo and Pause key were replaced with a 2nd floppy drive.

This computer is usually called Wavy70FD2 in Japan. Official price: ¥87,800

Brand Sanyo
Type PHC-70FD2
Year 1989
RAM 64kB
VRAM 128kB
Media MSX cartriges, 2DD floppy disks
Video Yamaha V9958
Chipset Toshiba T9769x (A or B).
Extras Reset button, X-BASIC / MSX-BASIC KUN 2.x (run time basic compiler), MSX-MUSIC BASIC, Kanji-ROM (JIS level 1 & 2), 2x 720kB 3,5" floppy disk drive, Kanji BASIC


Sanyo PHC-70FD2
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The Sanyo PHC-70FD2 is an MSX2+ powered by a Z80A integrated in the MSX-Engine Toshiba T9769x (A or B).

Built-in MSX-BASIC Kun

This machine features the MSX-BASIC Kun built-in. To enable it and be able to use CALL RUN and CALL TURBO ON/OFF, you must type CALL BC beforehand.


  • RF output
  • RGB output
  • Analog sound & Composite video
  • Tape recorder connector
  • Centronics compatible Parallel port for a printer
  • 2 general connectors (joysticks, mouse, paddle controllers, ...)
  • 2 cartridge slots