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V > VIDEO TECHNOLOGY  > Laser 350 / 500 / 700 / 750   


VIDEO TECHNOLOGY   Video Technology
Laser 350 / 500 / 700 / 750

Technically the Laser 350 / 500 / 700 / 750 are completely different from the Laser 100 / 200 / 300 family and thus non compatible with them.

All 4 computers are nearly identical but the Laser 350 uses a Laser 300 case while the Laser 500 / 700 / 750 use a "new" case.

Though the CPU is still a Z80A compatible one (the D780c from NEC), its capabilities are better.

There are now 6 graphical modes, ranging from 160 x 96 in 16 colors to 640 x 192 in 2 colors. The memory size is also bigger compared to the old series and ranges from 16K RAM for the Laser 350, to 128K RAM for the Laser 750. The Laser 500 and 700 have 64K.



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Wednesday 4th May 2005
Silvia Antes (Argentina)

 

NAME  Laser 350 / 500 / 700 / 750
MANUFACTURER  Video Technology
TYPE  Home Computer
ORIGIN  Hong Kong
YEAR  1985
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Basic v3.0 (Microsoft Basic)
KEYBOARD  AZERTY / QWERTY, 77 mechanical keys
10 function keys
INS / DEL / DEL LINE / CLS HOME keys
4 cursor keys, CAPS LOCK key with led
2 SHIFT keys
CPU  NEC D780c (Z80A compatible)
SPEED  3,58 MHz
RAM  Laser 350 : 16 KB, up to 128 KB
Laser 500 / 700 : 64 KB (30 KB free), up to 128 KB
Laser 750 : 128 KB
ROM  32 KB
TEXT MODES  40 x 24 in 16 colors
80 x 24 in 2 colors among 16
GRAPHIC MODES  GR0 = 160 x 96 in 16 colors
GR1 = 160 x 192 in 2 colors among 16
GR2 = 320 x 192 in 2 colors
GR3 = 160 x 192 in 16 colors
GR4 = 320 x 192 in 2 colors among 16
GR5 = 640 x 192 in 2 colors
COLORS  16
SOUND  1 voice, 6 octaves (Beeper)
SIZE / WEIGHT  40 x 23 x 7 cm
I/O PORTS  Tape-recorder (600 bauds)
RGB DIN plug
Composite monitor out
Expansion port
Laser 350 / 500 : Memory expansion port
Laser 700 / 750 : 2 floppy disk drive ports
Laser 700 / 750 : Centronic port
POWER SUPPLY  Laser 500 : 9v 500mA - -(o- +
Laser 700 / 750 : Power supply built-in
PERIPHERALS  Disk drive
64 KB & 128 KB memory expansion
Centronic Interface
RS232 Interface
Joysticks
Lightpen
Analogic/Digital converter
Digital/Analogic converter
PRICE  Laser 500 : 457 with diskdrive (France, may 85)


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