Believe it or not, MSX lives! Matsushita Electric Industrial Co aims to double sales of MSX machines over last year with its new Panasonic FS-A1 machine to the MSX 2 standard, which sells for just $200, but includes functions that enable it to be used for word processing, communications, video editing, electronic music generation as well as games: you don’t see too many City slickers with Sinclair Spectrums, but in Japan, even share traders use MSX machines for making trades from home, and they are also used in ticket reservation applications; Sony Corp is still market leader but Matsushita wants top spot.
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