The 8-bit personal computer FM-7 was released in 1982 as a mass-market model of the FM-8. The functions of the FM-8 were trimmed down to achieve both smaller size and a significantly lower price. At the same time, it was provided with robust audio functions (equipped with LSIs for synthesizers to allow triple chord functions) and various types of software, securing its position as a hobby machine.
Price of main unit: from 126,000 yen; main memory: 64 KB
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