Zemmix Neo
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The Zemmix Neo is a computer created by a team in Korea. It was never commercially released, and only a 100 units were created. The system is based on the design of the One Chip MSX, but with a scanline generator added.

The team subsequently created a cost reduced version, the Zemmix Neo Lite, the main difference being the aluminium casing. This version was created in slightly larger numbers and bought by various users outside Korea.

The Zemmix name is a homage to the Daewoo Zemmix game consoles, and means 'It's Fun' in Korean.

The Korean team has said they would not create any more Zemmix Neo machines, but they did create a limited number of Mini IQ-3000 systems in 2014.

In 2015, a Brazilian team created their own Zemmix Neo, but with a plastic case instead of Aluminium.

Brand Retroteam Neo
Type Zemmix Neo
Year 2013
RAM 4096kB
VRAM 128kB
Media SD Card, MSX Cartridges
Video Emulated V9958 by the FPGA
Audio Emulated PSG, MSX-MUSIC and SCC by the FPGA
Chipset Altera Cyclone EP1C12Q240C8N FPGA chip
Extras FPGA, 2x USB, VGA connector, Scanline generator, PS/2 connector, can run at 8MHz


Zemmix Neo Collection
Zemmix Neo Stack

Zemmix Neo

Zemmix Neo in Red
Zemmix Neo rear-side in Red

Zemmix Neo Lite

Zemmix Neo Lite in Red
Zemmix Neo Lite rear view in Blue

Brazillian Zemmix Neo

Brazillian Zemmix Neo stack
Brazillian Zemmix Neo stack rear


Brazillian Zemmix Neo


  • S-Video mini-DIN
  • RCA/CINCH Composite Video connector
  • RCA/CINCH Stereo Audio connectors
  • VGA output
  • PS/2 keyboard port
  • 2 general connectors (joysticks, mouse, paddle controllers, ...)
  • 2 cartridge slots
  • 2 USB ports
  • SD card slot