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Fm-8

Fujitsu FM-8
Manufacturer Fujitsu
Type Personal Computer
Release date May 1981 (1981-05)
Introductory price ¥218000 (Japan)
£895 (UK)
CPU 68A09 clocked at 1.2MHz, 6809 co-processor clocked at 1MHz
Memory 64KB RAM, 48KB VRAM, 44KB ROM
Display 640 x 200 resolution, 8 colours
Input 95 key Keyboard
Dimensions 490 x 330 x 110 (H)mm
Weight 6kg
Predecessor LKIT-8
Successor FM-7

The FM-8 (Fujitsu Micro 8) was a personal computer developed and manufactured by Fujitsu in May 1981. It was Fujitsu's second microcomputer released to the public after the LKIT-8 kit computer, and the first in the "FM" series. The FM-8 would later be replaced by two new models in November 1982 - the FM-11, aimed at businesses and the FM-7 aimed at the mass market.[1]

Emulator

The computer is emulated by MESS.

References

  1. ^ http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?c=377


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