Paradise EGA OEM 6.1|
The Paradise EGA video card is based on video chips Paradise 38315B and PBI 38306C. The video card offers various mode display configuration, either as primary or as
secondary, it has feature connector and light pen connector. The Paradise EGA video card was widely used in PC-XT computers.
This EGA [Enhanced Graphics Adapter] standard was established in 1984 and offered improved resolutions and more colors than CGA. The EGA standard allowed graphical output up to 16 colors
(chosen from a palette of 64) at screen resolutions of 640x350, or 80x25 text with 16 colors, all at a refresh rate of 60 Hz. The monitors have a digital interface and were connected
through Canon 9-Pin D connector.
|| Paradise Systems, Inc.
|| October 1987
|| Paradise 38315B & PBI 38306C
|| 256 kBytes DRAM (8x 53C464P10P)
|| MDA, CGA, EGA
|| 1x DB9 & 2x RCA (monitor), 1x 5 pins header (light pen), 2x16 pins header feature connector
|| ISA 8 bits
|| MS DOS
|| 150 x 105 mm