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Zemmix

Zemmix,[1] trade mark and brand name of South Korean electronics company Daewoo Electronics Co., Ltd., is an MSX-based video game console brand. The brand name Zemmix is no longer in use.

Under the name Zemmix, Daewoo released a series of gaming console compatible with the MSX home computer standards. The consoles were in production between 1985 and 1995. The consoles were not sold outside South Korea.

Contents

  • Hardware 1
    • Console Models 1.1
      • Consoles compatible with the MSX standard 1.1.1
      • Consoles compatible with the MSX2 standard 1.1.2
      • Consoles compatible with the MSX2+ standard 1.1.3
      • FPGA based MSX2+ compatible console 1.1.4
    • Peripherals 1.2
      • By Daewoo 1.2.1
      • By Zemina 1.2.2
  • Software 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Hardware

Console Models

All consoles were designed to broadcast standard NTSC, have low and high outputs for connecting to a TV and have a universal adapter for connection to the mains 110/220 volts.

The consoles also had a letter coming after the serial number. These letters indicated the color combination of the console. The key is as follows.

  • W - white and silver colors
  • R - red and black colors
  • B - yellow, blue and black colors

For example, CPC 51W would be a white or silver Zemmix V (see below).

Consoles compatible with the MSX standard

  • CPC-50 (Zemmix)[2]
  • CPC-51 (Zemmix V)[2]

Consoles compatible with the MSX2 standard

  • CPC-61 (Zemmix Super V)[2]

Consoles compatible with the MSX2+ standard

  • CPG-120 (Zemmix Turbo)[2]

FPGA based MSX2+ compatible console

  • Zemmix Neo (by Retroteam Neo)[3]
  • Zemmix Neo Lite (by Retroteam Neo)[4]

Peripherals

Other Zemmix products:

By Daewoo

  • CPJ-905 Joystick for CPC-51 console
  • CPJ-102K: joystick for CPC-330
  • CPJ-600: MSX joypad for Zemmix CPC-51 console
  • CPJ-905: MSX joystick in white (W), red (R) and black (B)
  • CPK-30: keyboard for Zemmix CPC-51
  • CPK-31K: input device for CPC-330

By Zemina

  • A Keyboard & Cartridge port divider [5]
  • The Zemina Music Box[6]
  • An MSX2 Upgrade Kit[5]
  • A Zemmix PC card[5]
  • MSX RAM expansion cards[7]
  • A 'Family Card' that allows the user to play Famicom games on the Zemmix[8]

Software

Korean software companies that produced software for the Zemmix gaming console:

  • Aproman
  • Boram
  • Clover
  • Daou Infosys
  • FA Soft
  • Mirinae
  • Prosoft
  • Screen
  • Topia
  • Uttum
  • Zemina

Most Zemmix software work with other MSX/MSX2/MSX2+ computers too.

References

  1. ^ 재미있다(Jaemiitdda, fun)+MSX
  2. ^ a b c d http://www.passionmsx.org/smartsection.item.48/MSX-game-consoles.html
  3. ^ http://www.msx.org/forum/msx-talk/hardware/zemmix-neo-project-korea-ocm-based-zemmix-cnced-case
  4. ^ http://www.msx.org/forum/msx-talk/hardware/zemmix-neo-project-korea-ocm-based-zemmix-cnced-case?page=13
  5. ^ a b c http://www.pelikonepeijoonit.net/zemmix.html
  6. ^ http://www.faq.msxnet.org/fmpac.html
  7. ^ http://perso.wanadoo.es/ivan.latorre/zeminaMSXboxes.html
  8. ^ http://zemmix.blue-print.be/

External links

  • More information and pictures
  • The entire Zemmix lineup with photos and information
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