Sanyo PHC-25

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Sanyo PHC-25
ManufacturerSanyo
TypeHome computer
Release date1983; 36 years ago (1983)[1]
Operating systemBASIC
CPUNEC D780C @ 4 MHz
Memory16KB RAM, 6KB VRAM, 24KB ROM
InputKeyboard

The Sanyo PHC-25 is a home computer released 1983 by the electronics company Sanyo. It is a member of the same family as the Sanyo PHC-10 and Sanyo PHC-20.[2]

Technical specifications[edit]

  • CPU: NEC D780C (compatible Zilog Z80A), 4 MHz
  • Memory: 16K RAM, 6KB VRAM, 24K ROM
  • Keyboard: 65 keys, 4 function keys, 4 arrow keys
  • Text Modes: 16 x 16 / 32 x 16
  • Graphic Modes: 64 x 48 (8 colors) / 192 x 128 (4 colors) / 256 x 192 (4 colors)
  • Sound: Optional (PSG-01 extension)
  • I/O Ports: Tape, Centronics, RGB, video

References[edit]

  1. ^ This Week:Inexpensive home computers highlight Winter CES, By John Dvorak, InfoWorld, 31 Jan 1983, Page 18, ...Sanyo showed a $99 Z80A computer similar to 99/2. Three models were shown, each with a built-in version of Tiny BASIC....the PHC 25 had function keys, a 256 x 192 graphics capability and a music synthesizer...
  2. ^ Sanyo PHC 25, OLD-COMPUTERS.COM Museum