Analogue Pocket Is Getting An MSX FPGA Core

FPGA developer Boogermann has revealed he is about to release an MSX core for the Analogue Pocket. Created in 1983 as a standardized home computer architecture, MSX was a joint venture between ASCII Corporation and Microsoft. The plan was to create the format and then allow other companies to produce MSX systems under licence; Toshiba and Sony famously supported MSX. Moderately successful in Japan and Europe, MSX sadly gained little traction in North America.


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