Sincorp SBX
This page was last modified 19:51, 17 January 2021 by Mars2000you. Based on work by Rderooy and Gdx.



The Sincorp SBX is a 'homebrew' computer that was made by three Argentinian MSX fans before the arrival of the Talent/Daewoo computers.

For copyright reasons, they presented it as a MSX compatible machine and the name 'Sincorp' was chosen in homage to the English company Sinclair. They sold a little more than 100 computers, so it means that this machine is very rare.

The design seems to be inspired mainly by the Spectravideo SVI-728.

Brand Sincorp
Type SBX
Year 1985
Region Argentina
Original price
RAM 64kB (? in slot 1)
Media MSX cartridges
Video Texas Instruments TMS9129NL
Audio PSG (AY-3-8910)
Chipset none (separate IC's)
Keyboard layout QWERTY
Emulation ROM dump needed. See this thread for details


Sincorp SBX
Sincorp SBX printing on box
Sincorp SBX PCB


The Sincorp SBX is a MSX1 with a Z80A from SGS (Z8400AB1).