Canon V-20

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Canon V-20
Canon V-20 MSX computer.jpg
Type home computer
Release date 1983
Operating system MSX BASIC
CPU NEC 780C @ 3.25 MHz
Memory 64 KB

The Canon V-20 was a classic MSX microcomputer made by Japanese corporation Canon. It had an innovative digital camera interface (T-90/DMB-90) to use with the Canon T90.[1]

Canon V-10[edit]

The V-10 was quite identical to the V-20, except that it had less RAM memory (just 16 KB) and a white case.[2]

Technical specifications[edit]

CPU Zilog Z80A @ 3.25 MHz
RAM 64 KB
VRAM 16 KB (TMS9918)
ROM 32 KB
Keyboard mechanic, 73 keys (with 4 cursor keys)
Display text: 40×24 rows; graphics: 256×192 pixels, 16 colours, 32 sprites
Sound General Instrument AY-3-8910 (PSG), 3 voices, white noise
Ports 2 joystick connectors, TV out, sound out, tape recorder connector, parallel port, 2 cartridge slots
Storage tape recorder (2400 bps) or one or two external 3½" disk drive Canon VF-100 (720 KB)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Canon T-90 Interfacing with a Canon V-20". Mir.com.my. Retrieved 2010-12-30. 
  2. ^ Canon V-10 at old-computers.com. Retrieved September 13, 2008.

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