Graphics Chips: Amiga Enhanced Chip Set, Amiga Advanced Graphics Architecture, Blitter, List of Home Computers by Video Hardware, Atar

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9781155801957: Graphics Chips: Amiga Enhanced Chip Set, Amiga Advanced Graphics Architecture, Blitter, List of Home Computers by Video Hardware, Atar

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 47. Chapters: Original Chip Set, Amiga Enhanced Chip Set, Amiga Advanced Graphics Architecture, Blitter, List of home computers by video hardware, Television Interface Adaptor, Graphics processing unit, List of Super NES enhancement chips, MOS Technology 8563, MOS Technology VIC-II, MOS Technology 8568, CTIA and GTIA, Video Display Controller, Texas Instruments TMS9918, MOS Technology TED, Hudson Soft HuC6270, SiS 630/730, Commodore AA+ Chipset, ANTIC, Super FX, Motorola 6845, Amiga Advanced Architecture chipset, Amiga Hombre chipset, Intel740, RSX 'Reality Synthesizer', RAMDAC, Picture Processing Unit, Yamaha V9938, Mullard SAA5050, Yamaha V9958, SiS 300, Motorola 6847, GDG - WHID 65040-032, Akiko, Thomson EF936x, Intel i750. Excerpt: This is a list of home computers, sorted alphanumerically, which lists all relevant details of their video hardware. A home computer was the description of the second generation of desktop computers, entering the market in 1977 and becoming common during the 1980s. A decade later they were generally replaced by IBM PC compatible "PCs", although in actuality home computers are also members of the class known as personal computers. Examples of typical early home computers are the BBC Micro, the ZX Spectrum, the MSX 1, the Amstrad CPC 464 and the Commodore 64. Examples of typical late home computers are MSX 2 systems, and the Amiga and Atari ST systems. Note: in cases of manufacturers who have made both home and personal computers, only machines fitting into the home computer category are listed. Systems in the personal computer category, except for Early Macintosh personal computers, are generally all based on the VGA standard, and use a video chip known as a Graphics processing unit. Although very early PCs used one of the much simpler (even compared to most home computer video hardware) video displ...

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