Memotech MTX512 Roms Details

Mamotech MTX512 is a home computer released by Mamotech in 1983 and 1984. However, according to the Zilog Z80A processor and an MSX computer standard-like architecture, the MTX512 is not compatible with MSX models. Mamotech MTX512 computers, which were equipped with an aluminum housing, had a full size keyboard with "real" keys. In addition to the standard for this integrated BASIC interpreter time, it had additional interesting features, such as: built-in assembler, HyperCard predecessor called Noddy, support for a large number of hardware sprites compared to other systems of that era. Also, computers supported ROM cartridges. Most popular was the cassette with the programming language ISO Pascal, in which programs can be executed much faster than in the integrated BASIC interpreter. A useful addition to any Mamotech computer was the very expensive FDX system, which offered the ability to work with two 5-inch diskette drives. Then, the HDX system was introduced, which allowed the use of the hard disk and the CP / M operating system. Although a full series of Mamotech MTX512 and other representatives of this computer series was well received by users, this was not the case economic success, which brought the company Mamotech bankruptcy in 1985.

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