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1982년 발매된 금성사의 첫 번째 8비트 개인용 컴퓨터. '교육용 컴퓨터'라는 활용 방향을 염두에 두고 만들어졌다.

산요전기의 8비트 컴퓨터 PHC-25와 부분적인 호환성을 가진 컴퓨터이다. 일본전기 NEC PC-6001시리즈와는 호환성은 없지만 화면처리는 유사한 부분을 가지고있다.

하드웨어 사양

  • 발매년도 : 1982년
  • CPU : NEC μPD780C-1 (Z80A 호환)
  • ROM : 24KB (GS-BASIC 인터프리터) + 4KB (문자 캐릭터 폰트)
  • RAM : 16KB (페이지1일 경우 14KB / 페이지2일 경우 8KB 사용가능)
  • VDG : M5C6847P-1 (MC6847 호환)
  • 표시 : TEXT모드 : 32문자 x 16행 / 그래픽모드 : 64 x 48 (9색) / 128 x 192 (4색) / 256 x 192 (2색)
  • 카세트 인터페이스 : FSK방식 600/1200BPS
  • 프린터포트
  • 사운드 : PSG음 (AY-3-8910칩셋 내장)
  • 비디오 인터페이스 : 콤포지트 비디오 RF

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