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Sony Hit Bit HB-75P

Type:8-bit home computer
CPU:Zilog Z80A @ 3.58 MHz
Operating system:Microsoft Extended Basic (MSX Basic 1.0)
Memory:ROM: 32 KB (+ 16 KB for built-in Personal Databank Software)
RAM: 64 KB
Sound:3 channels, 8 octaves + noise
Graphics:TMS9918A with 16 KB VRAM
Text: 40*24 and 32*24 characters
256*192 pixels, 16 colors
64*48 pixels, 16 colors
32 sprites
Storage:Tape recorder, 1200 or 2400 bd
Optional floppy disk drive
Input:Integrated keyboard
Connectivity:RGB and Composite out via SCART connector
RF out
Audio out
Printer/Centronics parallel
Tape recorder I/O
2*game ports
2*cartridge slots
Power consumption:
Dimensions (W*H*D):? mm (?")
Weight:? Kg (? lbs)
Manufactured:Japan, 1984-198x (Discontinued)
Other:There were variations depending on target area:
HB-75 - Japanese version
HB-75D - German version
HB-75F - French model with SECAM video and AZERTY keyboard
HB-75P - General PAL version
HB-75S - Spanish version
Related documents:Sound generator: AY-3-8910
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