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Welcome to Raymond's MSX webpage (ray2day's webpage). This website is about my MSX hobby and collection. Next to that I also try to inform and explain about the MSX system in a simple way.

MSX is a homecomputer which was very popular in the eighties and in the beginning of the nineties in Japan and Europe. Produced by almost all large electronica manufacturers (Philips, Sony, Panasonic, Toshiba, Sanyo, Mitsubishi, Casio etc.) it was an attempt of ASCII and Microsoft to come to a standard for computers at that time.Raymond met Philips NMS8245 MSX2

Nowadays the MSX system belongs to the retro computers. I am an active user and collector who collects everything which can be obtained regarding MSX and the MSX system.

Thank you for visiting my website. I wish you a lot of reading pleasure and I hope you like and enjoy my website!

If you got some MSX stuff in your garage or attic and you want to get rid of it, don't forget to contact me on the next e-mail address:

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Last update: May 22th 2021 - WELCOME MSX user! - This year I released TWO new MSX games; SQUARE BALL and TOOL BLOCKS. Click in the menu on the right on RAY2DAY MSX SOFTWARE for more info! - I am still busy learning ASSEMBLY. There is some progress THANKS TO: Paul Bosselaar, Néstor Sancho Bejarano, Tony Cruise (Electric Adventures) en Keith (Chibi Akumas). - Finally I received the MSXVR! More information will follow. - Website: At the moment there is enough information to find about the MSX system on my website, but I'll keep updating. - So please keep on checking this website on nem articles from our beloved computer system (soft- and hardware)!!

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