SVI-728

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SVI-728
SVI-728 MSX
Type Home computer
Release date 1984
Operating system MSX
CPU Zilog Z80A @ 3.6 MHz
Memory 64 KB (+16 KB video memory)
Display 256 x 192 pixel resolution
Predecessor SV-328
Related articles SVI-738, MSX

The SVI-728 is the first home computer from Spectravideo that complied fully with the MSX home computer specification. It was introduced in 1985. The design is virtually identical to that of the earlier SV-328, which did not comply fully with the MSX standard.

The SVI-738 is a portable version of this computer.

Technical specifications[edit]

Microprocessor
  • Zilog Z80A with a clockspeed of 3.56 MHz.
Memory
  • ROM: 32 KB
  • RAM: 64 KB (expandable to 256 KB)
  • VRAM: 16 KB
Video
Sound
  • 3 sound channels
  • 1 noise channels
  • 1 envelope controller
Connectors

See also[edit]