|Production start (mm-yyyy)||7 - 1983||Production end (mm-yyyy)||-|
|RAM||2KB + 16KB VRAM||ROM|
|CPU||Z80A - 3.58 Mhz|
|Operating System||Sega BASIC|
|Text (Cols x Rows)||40 x 25|
|Graphics||256x192 @ 15 colors + 1 color coloration ( 210 mixing colors)|
|Sound||3 sound channels with 4 octaves + 1 noise channel (TI SN-76489 PSG)|
|Serial port||Parallel port||Printer interface (female 7-pin DIN)|
|Others port||Cartridge port (44 PIN), RF, Audio/Composite video, 2 joystick ports (9 pin D-type), cassette|
|Original price||Currency original price||33800 YEN|
|Note||This is the same computer of the Sega SC-3000 but with a mechanical keyboard. It was released some months later than the SC-3000.
The Sega SC-3000H was sell in Japan in two colors: black and white. In the rest of the world it was released only in black color.
This computer was also sell under the brands:
John Sands in Australia.
Yeno in France.
|Configurations||It can't be used without a ROM Cartridge. Some sources says that they don't have RAM installed and other sources says that they has 2KB, others 18KB,.... Finally, I find a schematich diagram, and the RAM installed on the motherboard are 2KB.
The total RAM amount depend of the BASIC cartridge used. In the list of Sega released cartridges appears 5 BASIC cartridges, although I only have find information about three BASIC cartridge:
BASIC Level IIB: without info.
BASIC Level IIIA: 32KB of ROM with the Sega BASIC and 16KB of RAM.
BASIC Level IIIB: 32KB of ROM with the Sega BASIC and 32KB of RAM.
BASIC SK-III: without info. It appears
Also exist a add-on which adds a 3" floppy disk drive, 64KB of RAM, 8KB of ROM (with the DOS), a serial RS-232 port, and a parallel Centronics port: the Sega SF-7000
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