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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : CyberShell 16 Bit
   posted by Anonymous on 24-Jun-2003 6:39:58 (1576 reads)
For Retro-Gaming fans the CyberShell 16 Bit is now available. This console is fully compatible to the SEGA Megadrive and powered by a Motorola 68000-chip. The consumer price could be around 30 - 35 Euro. Included in the package is a lot of educational software.

Style Design
Processor Motorola 68000 16 Bit
Processor Speed 8 MHz
Main Memory 128 KBit
Video Memory 64 KBit
Soundprocessor Yamaha
512 Colours
64 Colours on the Screen
Screen Resolution 72 KDots
Real Human Voice
SEGA Megadrive compatible (more than 500 games)
Cartriges
Max. Cartridges Volume 32 MBit
Data Save Ability
including:
1 Console
2 Joysticks
1 AC Adapter
1 AV Cable
1 User Manual
1 Cartridge 33 in 1
1 Mouse

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Re: CyberShell 16 Bit
Posted on 25-Jun-2003 8:01:31
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I wonder if Mick Tinker would consider making a deal with this company to finish off his AGA clone chipset?

If they can do a 16bit console for $35 EURO, would an A1200 clone be around 150Euro?


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Re: CyberShell 16 Bit
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>I wonder if Mick Tinker would consider making a deal with this company to finish off his AGA clone chipset?

>If they can do a 16bit console for $35 EURO, would an A1200 clone be around 150Euro?

If he would be interested, we could talk about that.

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Re: CyberShell 16 Bit
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pure classic video consoles are coming soon, based on 8 Bit- and 16 Bit-technology.

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