Yeah... I Googled quickly and saw they were a US based company... this was
a bit of a surprise to me... for some reason I always figured they were a
UK based outfit.
In any case, yes, not very visible. I think I do recall seeing an
advertisement or two for them in Creative Computing magazine but apart from
that not much else.
On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 3:27 PM, Terry Stewart <terry at webweavers.co.nz>wrote:
Yes, I'm sure they were available in the U.S.
Spectravideo was a U.S.
company and the SV-318 was announced at the winter CES in Las Vagas. (see
Just not very visible maybe?
On Wed, Apr 3, 2013 at 5:08 AM, Martin Goldberg <wgungfu at gmail.com> wrote:
Not sure what you mean, both Spectravideo and
Yamaha released MSX
in the US. They never caught on, so it wasn't
for a significant amount of
time. But they were here.
On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 10:15 AM, Geoffrey Oltmans <oltmansg at gmail.com
> Very interesting Terry. MSX never made it stateside, so I was curious
In particular I'm a big Coleco Vision and ADAM computer nut,
was surprised to see the splash screen and game
options screen on the
> that you showed. The game option screen looks identical to the one
> presented on Coleco Vision cartridge games to the letter. I wonder
> came first, because the specifications for
the two machines are
> On Sun, Mar 31, 2013 at 12:17 AM, Terry Stewart <
An attention-getting red joystick and superior
BASIC makes for an
interesting home computer. My Spectravideo SV-318.