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S > SONY  > Hit-Bit 101


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Sunday 19th March 2017
Dinesh (India)

I am having one with me. :)

Sunday 6th February 2011
polla (spain)

tenia un diseño precioso, parece una consola de videojuegos.

Sunday 19th September 2004
Jaume (spain)

I actually got one of those computers, specificaly the 101-p (pal) strangely this is noway adapted to spain (keyboard without Ñ and Ç) the stickers meaning static electricity near joystick plug and the ones near cartridges are in english In the rear the two A/V rca plugs are switched to one din plug (for a/v too)
I remember when you boot the computer the first you see is a GUI menú to choose the data bank options or go to basic, from basic you can go back to data bank typing "hitbit" in basic if you choose basic again the basic memory is preserved (this mean you are programming, go to data bank to take a note and then back to basic and keep the work on)

Also the data bank "feels" wath recording media is connected and offers his use from the grafical menú also does trespassing betwen media from tape to floppy or from cartridge to floppy, but this last only works on ram cartridges, no for games ;-)

Wednesday 28th July 2004
Pepe (Madrid)

Un gran ordenador en el que invertí interminables horas de mi infancia.

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