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TO 9

The Thomson TO9 had a short career and was quickly replaced with the Thomson TO9 plus.

It was designed to be a "super" Thomson TO 7-70 and has lost of its characteristics. Some options were available : RS232c and joystick connector, modem or genlock. Notice that the very first version of the TO 9 (never marketed) had a 5.25" floppy disk drive.

Contrary to the next Thomson series which have a sophisticated memory management, the TO 9 upper 64 KB ram are used as a ramdisk.

It is provided with several utilities in ROM : two basics, a word processor (paragraphe) and a data base (fiche & dossiers), there were some problems with these utilities which couldn't be easy updated.

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ORIGIN  France
YEAR  1985
CPU  Motorola 6809 e
RAM  128 KB (107 KB for the user)
ROM  136 KB
TEXT MODES  40 x 24 / 80 x 24
GRAPHIC MODES  320 x 200 (16 colors) / 640 x 200 (2 colors) / 320 x 200 (4 colors) / 160 x 200
COLORS  from 2 to 16 among 4096
SOUND  three channels, 7 octaves
I/O PORTS  Light Pen, Joystick, Mouse, Centronics, Cardridge, Audio, Bus slots (3)
MEDIA  One 3.5'' disk-drive

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