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The FM-77AV40SX was the last FM-77 series machine, Audio-Visual expansion of FM-77AV40EX.

About this computer, Nomura Hisayuki adds:
Some people said FM77AV40SX was the ultimate 8 bit computer. (Other people said that Hitachi S1 was this one.)
Its video-functions were remarkable.
- displays TV programs on it's video monitor,
- TV control from the keyboard,
- TV screen capture,
- displays subtitles on TV.
These functions were realized in the 80s!
260,000 color graphics was also marvelous.

The case colour which looked like the stone was beautiful. A lot of people called FM77AVSX a "tombstone". This PC was the last FM77 machine. So, FM77AV became a real tombstone of FM77.

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TYPE  Professional Computer
YEAR  Unknown
KEYBOARD  Full stroke keyboard JIS type with numeric keypad
CPU  68B09E
CO-PROCESSOR  Second 68B09E at 2MHz for graphics
RAM  192 KB , Max 448 KB (40SX)
128 KB , Max 192 KB (20SX)
VRAM  192 KB (40SX) - 96 KB (20SX)
ROM  Unknown
TEXT MODES  40 or 80 columms x 25, 40 or 50 lines
GRAPHIC MODES  640 x 400 8 colours x 2 pages - 640 x 200 8 colours x 4 pages
COLORS  4096
SOUND  FM Programmable Sound Generator
I/O PORTS  1 I/O slot, RS-232C, Printer, Joystick, mouse, Analog RGB
BUILT IN MEDIA  2 x 3.5'' 640 KB floppy disk drives
OS  F-BASIC (Microsoft Basic) V3.4L21
POWER SUPPLY  Built-in power supply unit
PRICE  178,000 Yen (FM-77AV40SX) - 128,000 Yen (FM-77AV20SX)

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