Sincorp SBX
This page was last modified 19:51, 17 January 2021 by Mars2000you. Based on work by Rderooy and Gdx.

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Description

The Sincorp SBX is a 'homebrew' computer that was made by three Argentinian MSX fans before the arrival of the Talent/Daewoo computers.

For copyright reasons, they presented it as a MSX compatible machine and the name 'Sincorp' was chosen in homage to the English company Sinclair. They sold a little more than 100 computers, so it means that this machine is very rare.

The design seems to be inspired mainly by the Spectravideo SVI-728.

Brand Sincorp
Type SBX
Year 1985
Region Argentina
Original price
RAM 64kB (? in slot 1)
VRAM 16kB
Media MSX cartridges
Video Texas Instruments TMS9129NL
Audio PSG (AY-3-8910)
Chipset none (separate IC's)
Keyboard layout QWERTY
Extras
Emulation ROM dump needed. See this thread for details

Pictures

Sincorp SBX
Sincorp SBX printing on box
Sincorp SBX PCB

Specifications

The Sincorp SBX is a MSX1 with a Z80A from SGS (Z8400AB1).

Connections