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Old 10 July 2010, 23:34   #1
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Tatung Einstein

This is going way back. I've got the opportunity (if I grovel enough) To buy a Tatung Einstein 256. I've got a Tatung Einstein TC-01, Is their any major differences between the system, and can I play mt TC-01 games on the 256?
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Old 11 July 2010, 03:28   #2
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I belive that this page should be able to answer your question =)



In short I believe that the E256 and the TC-01 are identical hardware with the exception of slightly more memory and a 3" Disk Drive



Still 256KB in 1984 for an 8BIT micro (made/designed in the UK) is an impressive little feet!
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Thanx Zert0
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Old 02 August 2010, 23:31   #4
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The Einstein256 had an enhanced Video Processor allowing 512Colours on screen and much higher resolutions. using the MSX 2 VideoDisplayProcessor.
The 256K of RAM is made up of 64K CPURAM & 192K VideoRAM

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