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Kimo-hachi, a hand-made MSX

by ro on 28-06-2018, 08:41
Topic: Hardware

A Japanese engineer built a home-made MSX computer with hard wired general chips.

KimoHachi on sale

by Pac on 01-10-2018, 18:09
Topic: Hardware
Tags: KimoHachi

KimoHachi available as a finished product.

La Gaseta to organize workshop at RUMSX47

A new combo cartridge (RAM&MegaRAM) for our machines.

Documenation about the light pen protocol is available in the MSX wiki.

Lightest MSX in the world

by snout on 20-06-2004, 13:39
Topic: Hardware

After a search for the Smallest MSX in the world , Gigamix has now started a quest for the lightest MSX in the world. To prevent the Nokia 6600 running fMSX/60 from winning both competitions they have added one requirement: the (emulated) MSX must have at least one cartridge slot.

LPA-PCA-V1 Video Kit for MSX

by Leonardo Padial on 14-04-2002, 17:48
Topic: Hardware

(edited newspost)Leonardo Padial informed us about his new LPA-PVA-V1 Video Kit for MSX. This new video processor emulates the V9938, the V9958 and the V9990 (aka GFX9000), but it can do more. With a VGA-output it can reach a 800x600 resolution at 16 bits-color mode.

LPE-MMC-V6 and DRSDMMC driver

by Ramones on 07-01-2008, 12:28
Topic: Hardware

Hardware manufacturer Leonardo Padial Ortiz has released a new board for our MSX: the LPE-MMC-V6, a massive storing device, a MultiMedia Card and SD Card controller.

Features include:

  • High speed read/write access.
  • Compatible with all the MSX computers: MSX, MSX2, MSX2+ and MSX Turbo R.
  • It doesn't need any external pow

LPE-V3858-V3 external videocard

by snout on 30-05-2003, 22:49
Topic: Hardware

Leonardo Padial released a new video-expansion for MSX, the LPE-V3858-V3 external video card for MSX. This card is mainly intended to be used with Padial's EMSX system, but with this cartridge it is also possible to change an MSX2 computer to an MSX2+ without (most of) the destructive modifications that are usually needed.

Small, smaller, smallest! The latest One Chip MSX clone fits in a Konami cartridge sized casing.

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