Generation-MSX

All hardware: Pioneer


Pioneer Logo
Name
Pioneer
Fullname
Pioneer Corporation
Scene Group/Person
No
Country
Japan 
↑ Title Product type
AWX-280
Japanese keyboard for the PX-7
Keyboard
AWX-302
Slot Connector for the Pioneer ER-101
Other
AWX-323
UK keyboard unit for PX-7(BK) (black)
Keyboard
AWX-370
Japanese keyboard for the PX-7(BK) (black)
Keyboard
CLD-9000
CD and LD player with remote control. Can be connected to the PX-7. Color: silver, black Price: 249,800 yen
LaserDisc
ER-101
MSX Expansion Processor, has TMS9928/A, 2kB RAM, 16kB VRAM, 8kB ROM with P-BASIC, features Super Impose and Laser Vision control (Can be connected to all MSX computers)
Other Video
JC-303
DIN to DIN connecting cable. System control cable Meant to connect a Pioneer Palcom MSX computer (or the ER-101) to a Pioneer LaserDisc player.
Other Cable
LD-700
Laser Disc Player (Can be connected to PX-7 PALCOM)
LaserDisc
LD-7000
LaserDisc
LD-V500
LaserDisc
LV-1000
Laser Disc Player (Can be connected to PX-7 PALCOM), similar to LD-700, but a little less functions
LaserDisc
PX-7 PALCOM
Japanese MSX1 computer, 32kB RAM, built in laser disk interface, superimpose (image & sound (stereo)), separate keyboard. There are two color version, a silver/lilac and a black model, the PX-7(BK) (not to be confused with the UK edition). Slots: 2 Output: Composite, TTL level RGB (8 colors) Printer: Centronics Power: 100V28W External dimensions: 420 × 70 × 323.5 (body), 420 × 47.5 × 171 (keyboard) Weight: 6.6kg Price: 89,800 yen
MSX 1
PX-7(UK)
British MSX1 edition of the PX-7(BK) with black casing and QWERTY keyboard.
MSX 1
PX-JY7
MSX joystick. 3500 Yen
Joystick/pad
PX-JY8
Joystick/pad
PX-RA32
32kB RAM expansion cartridge. Only useful to expand a 32kB MSX to 64KB.
RAM Expansion
PX-RF7
Japanese NTSC-J RF Converter
RF Converter
PX-RS7
RS-232C interface cartridge
RS-232 Interface
PX-TB7
Graphic tablet, sold in combination with a Pioneer Video Art ROM cartridge.
Touchpad
PX-V60
Japanese MSX1 computer, 32kB RAM, separate keyboard
MSX 1
PX-V7
Japanese MSX1 for attachment to a Laserdisc player
MSX 1
UC-V102
Pioneer Videodisc controller, unmarked MSX2 system. Sold in Japan, Europe and the US with regional keyboard, manual, etc. Does not have a Data Recorder connector!
MSX 2