The FM-7 (“Fujitsu Micro 7” / エフエムセブン) is a home computer created by Fujitsu and released in 1982 in Japan. It is the low cost alternative to the business-oriented FM-8 and one the first personal computer marketed in Japan. Due to it’s graphics and sound capabilities (3 channel), it was perfect for gaming at home. Here is the detailed capabilities of this BEAST : Two MC 68B09 CPUs @ 2 MHz, one main CPU and one graphics processor. Screen Resolution: 640×200, 8 colors. Memory: 40 KB ROM, 64 KB RAM (WHATTT ??). Sound: 3-channel (AY-3-8910) PSG chip, built-in speaker mounted near the top of the unit. LEGENDARY !