Sanyo MPC-100

Sanyo MPC-100 - Summary

The Sanyo MPC-100 was a MSX home computer in 80-years last century. It used "Microsoft Extended BASIC" developed in 1982 by Kazuhiko Nishi at Microsoft Japan. The MSX was a compatibility standard for various computers from different manufacturers.

The Sanyo MPC-100 hardware was based on Zilog Z80A CPU with 3.57 MHz clock , General Instruments sound chip AY-5-8910 and Texas Instruments video controller TMS-9918.