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Spectravideo - Wikipedia
Spectravideo, or SVI, was an American computer company founded in 1981 as " SpectraVision" by Harry Fox. They originally made video games for Atari 2600 ... More »

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SVI-728

The SVI-728 is the first home computer from Spectravideo that complied fully with the MSX home computer specification. It was introduced in 1985. The design is ...

samdal.com/spectravideo.htm

Jan 6, 2009 ... Welcome to Roger's Spectravideo page ! These pages are dedicated to the Spectravideo computers from the early eighties. You can read ...

www.samdal.com/svsoftware.htm

Spectravideo Software Spectravideo used both cassettes and cartridges for their games. Their selection of titles wasn't any good compared to Commodore 64, ...

www.samdal.com/svhistory.htm

Mar 30, 2008 ... In late 1982 the company was renamed to Spectravideo due to a naming conflict with OnCommand's Hotel TV system called SpectraVision.

www.samdal.com/sv318.htm

Spectravideo SV-318. The classic! Spectravideo's first real computer. The red joystick made it stand out from the crowd. Launched at Winter CES 1983 in Las ...

www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?c=229

Spectravideo was the only american MSX manufacturer, but they were later bought back by their manufacturer based in Honk-Kong. For their first computers, the ...

www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?c=228

The Spectravideo SV 328 was the ancestor of the Spectravideo MSX SV-728 (it had the same case and almost all its features) and the successor of the SV-318.

www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?st=1&c=227

The Spectravideo SV-318 has characteristics very close to the MSX machines ( same video, sprites, sound, I/O, etc.). It was even sold as an MSX computer in ...

www.msx.org/wiki/Spectravideo_SVI-728

Feb 28, 2017 ... Description. Spectravideo was a American company that was selling MSX computers in many countries. The SVI-728 is one of the most popular ...