Toshiba HX-10D
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The HX-10D is the first revision of MSX1 computers made by Toshiba. It was released in november 1983 around the same time as his little brother the HX-10S. It is endowed with 64kB RAM.

It lacks a printer interface. Toshiba sold the HX-P500 interface cartridge to connect to a printer.

This machine was aimed at the Japanese market under the label 'Pasopia IQ' and available in black (K), red (R) and silver (S) - see HX-10 series for the technical details

Launch price: ¥65,800


Toshiba HX-10D(K) black
Toshiba HX-10D(K) back
Toshiba HX-10D(K) right side
Toshiba HX-10D label
Toshiba HX-10D(R) red
Toshiba HX-10D inside
Toshiba HX-10D box, computer and manuals
Toshiba HX-10D(K) box
Toshiba HX-10D box, computer and cables
Toshiba HX-10S/10D manuals