MSX  Hitachi MB-H200


The Hitachi MB-H200 is the same computer as the Hitachi MB-H2, but the H200 lacks the built in datarecorder. The H200 and the H2 are the successors to the MB-H1 MSX computer from Hitachi. It still comes with the CPU controller and the computer comes standard with 64KByte of RAM.

Released 1984 Country Japan Brand Type MSX 1 Name Hitachi MB-H200 CPU Class Z80 CPU Zilog Z80A @3.58MHz Memory 64kB RAM, 16kB VRAM Sound Chip General Instruments AY-3-8910 Programmable Sound Generator Sound 3 wave channels + white noise Display Chip TMS9129 VDP Compatible Display 40x24 text
32x24 16 color text, pattern based
256x192 16 color, 2 color per 8 pix.
Sprites 1 color, 16x16, 4/scanline, 32 total System OS MSX 1 BIOS / MSX BASIC Storage External Tape, ROM cartridges Original Price ¥79,800
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