Spectravideo SVI‑328

Microsoft Japan’s CEO Kazuhiko Nishi was tired of all the different computers and implementations back in 1980. So they wanted to create a new computer standard so everything would be easier for software developers and hardware developers.

Companies like Philips, Sony, Toshiba, Panasonic (and many more) were also trying to find a new system and they’ve cooperated with Microsoft to make a new system.

Mr. Nishi saw the Spectravideo SVI-328 and created his new standard, MSX. Based on this machine.

Spectravideo had to rerelease their machine to comply with the MSX-standards (bigger cartridge slot).
This is the SVI-728.

Catalog type
Desktop computer
Manufacturer
Release Date
June 1983
Processor
Zilog Z80A @ 3 Mhz
Memory
32kB
Operation System
Microsoft Basic

Museum Collection

Set up interactively in the 80s area.

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