The MSX standard can be considered as one of the most versatile and expandable computers of the 8-bit era.
Its unique architecture design not only inspired other platforms but transcended time. Even nowadays innovative new hardware keeps engrossing its list of homebrew compatible products, including entirely new computers, either clone, reproduction, or inspired by the MSX Standard.
It may sound like an exaggeration, but if anyone claims that “for the MSX, the sky is the limit“, they may actually be right! It is beyond remarkable everything users have been creating for MSX since its obsolescence in 1993, when Panasonic – the last MSX manufacturer – said goodbye to the standard.
In this session of our portal you will find:
We decided to create this session because the list of MSX computers and compatible equipment is something nothing less than incredible.
When it is about MSX, even complex projects are doable and fun, even for less skilled people. Find out what you can do with your MSX and let’s have some fun!
Sometimes, even the strongest need some care or deserve some upgrades. Without Service Manuals or Maintenance Tutorials, some tasks can be tricky. If it is what you need, this is the place to find it.
This session is a “linked page” for items that are found in the other sessions of the Portal. We are adding it here because it makes sense to have that information altogether with Hardware and Projects.
Feel free to navigate through the session above, where you will also find specific articles about each topic. Each session may provide direct download points to its related items only. However, if you are looking for something related to programming and are unsure in which session it may be, you can try finding it here: