The Dragon MSX MSX 1 home computer was designed by Radofin (the creators of the Mattel Aquarius) for Dragon Data, which were well known for their Dragon 64 home computer, a clone of the TRS-80 Color Computer.
It is very rare, as only a few prototypes were ever built.
- Microprocessor: Zilog Z80A running at 3.58 MHz
- ROM: 32 KB
- RAM: 64 KB
- Video Display Processor: Texas Instruments TMS9918 with a Video RAM of 16 KB and this BASIC modes :
- SCREEN 0 : text 40 × 24 characters, 2 colors
- SCREEN 1 : text 32 × 24 characters, 16 colors
- SCREEN 2 : graphics 256 × 192, 16 colors
- SCREEN 3 : graphics 64 × 48, 16 colors
- Sprites: 32, 1 colour, max 4 per horizontal line
- Sound chip: General Instrument AY-3-8910 (PSG)
- El Museo de los 8 Bits (Spanish)
- Tromax happy proprietary of the prototype #37 (Spanish)
- Dragon Data Archive
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