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TurboExpress

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History[edit]

Launch[edit]

Launched in 1990, the TurboExpress cost $250.[1]

In 1992 the price of the Turbo Express was dropped to $199 and players were given four free games with a purchase of the system.[2]

Legacy[edit]

In 1994 TurboGrafx products were discontinued in North America.[2]

1.5 million TurboExpress consoles were sold.[3][4]

Technology[edit]

Compute[edit]

The TurboExpress uses a customized NEC 6820 clocked at 7.6 megahertz.[5]

The TurboExpress has eight kilobytes of RAM.[6]

Hardware[edit]

The resolution of the TurboExpress color LCD Active Matrix screen is 400 by 270 pixels.[7][5]

The system is either powered by six AA batteries or an optional AC adapter.[2]

Notable games[edit]

The TurboExpress ran existing TurboGrafx-16 games released on Hu-Card.[8][2]

Gallery[edit]

Console[edit]

TurboVision[edit]

Cables[edit]

Internals[edit]

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