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sord (cgl) home computers - m5

Summary


The Sord M5 is a home computer launched by Sord Computer Corporation in 1982. Primarily the Sord M5 competed in the Japanese home computer market. It was also sold as the CGL M5 in the United Kingdom by Computer Games Limited and was reasonably popular in Czechoslovakia, where the M5 stood as one of the first affordable computers available to the general public. Takara also sold models in Japan as the Game M5, and models were also exported to South Korea.

Language Cartridges


☑️ BASIC-I - Integer arithmetic only (16 bit signed)
☑️ BASIC-G - Graphics and sound functions
BASIC-F - Floating point arithmetic
☑️ FALC - Applications package

Peripherals


EC-5 - Cartridge multiplexer
☑️ EM-5 - 32 KB RAM expansion
☑️ JS-5 - Joystick
☑️ JP-5 - Joypads
☑️ EB-5 - Expansion box
PT-5 - Thermal printer
☑️ PI-5 - Parallel I/O cartridge
SI-5 - Serial interface cartridge
☑️ FD-5 - Floppy disk drive
☑️ DR-5 - Data recorder

Game Cartridges


1
Dig Dug
2
Tank Battalion
3
Bosconian
4
Galax
5
Power Pac
6
Warp Warp
7
Super Cobra
8
Guttang Guttong
9
Moon Patrol
10
Step Up
11
Pooyan
12
Heavy Boxing
13
Fun Ski (?)
14
Real Tennis
15
Word Maze
16
Wonder Hole
17
Apploon
18
Up Up Balloon
19
Mappy
20
?
21
Dream Shopper
22
Eskimon
23
Funny Mouse
24
Jankyo

Fruit Search
Dragon Attack
Pit Chaser
P-Editor
M-Editor

FALC
FALC-II
BASIC-I
BASIC-G
BASIC-F
DISK BASIC

Connectors


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Sord/CGL M5 Power Pinout


Last modified: October 11th, 2021
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