how many turbo-r machines are sold ?

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Par Manuel

Ascended (19219)

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28-08-2010, 11:40

FS-A1GT: 1KKSA05082

Par st1mpy

Paladin (891)

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28-08-2010, 13:46

Panasonic
Model NO. FS-A1ST

0LNMB08859

Par jltursan

Prophet (2619)

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28-08-2010, 14:20

FS-A1GT

1KKSA03002

Par Gradius2

Hero (652)

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28-08-2010, 20:39

2GKSA10817

Looks like 10817 is the number production, if so, then the guess less than 99999 Turbo R were manufactured back in 1990~1992 is correct.

This is understandable, they had X68000, PC98, FM-Towns, PC Engine!, NES, SNES!, etc, at that time.

Besides, the MSX were always sold as "console game", or "video game", rather than a Personal Computer, or just a Computer.

Par Latok

msx guru (3908)

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28-08-2010, 21:01

turboR was marketed as an office computer and probably only served a niche market.

Par Sd-Snatcher

Hero (582)

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28-08-2010, 21:29

FS-A1GT: 1KKSA02193

Par Yukio

Paragon (1540)

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28-08-2010, 21:29

Actually, the MSX Turbo R is a Personal Computer!
It is written on the machine.

Personal Computer FS-A1ST.
MSX Turbo R.

It would work with most of the old CP/M 80 software ...
There is the integrated Word Processor with Kanji ROM support too!

Par wolf_

Ambassador_ (10076)

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28-08-2010, 21:40

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Par edoz

Prophet (2458)

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28-08-2010, 21:57

LOL! So we can call our turbo-r a PC Wink yeah .. realy Wink

Par Sd-Snatcher

Hero (582)

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28-08-2010, 23:30

LOL! So we can call our turbo-r a PC Wink yeah .. realy Wink

Depends if you call PC to a Personal Computer or to a IBM PS/2 Compatible Personal Computer also called CLONE here in Spain.

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