Daewoo Zemmix

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Release Date: 31/12/1984
Discontinued Date: 31/12/1994
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Initial Price: US$199
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Zemmix ("It's Fun" in the Korean language) by Daewoo is a series of home consoles based on MSX home computers. Zemmix series were released only in South Korea from 1985 until 1995. MSX home computers were quite popular in South Korea and were supporting cartridges and optical discs. Daewoo used them as gaming consoles with Zemmix CPC-50 to be the first (cartridge based) model. Other models are: CPC-51, CPC-61, CPG-120, Neo, Neo Lite, CPC-Mini, CPC-330, Superboy-120, while various accessories were released from Daewoo and Zemina.

Some of the models have a capital letter after the model name that indicates the color of the model. For example Zemmix CPC-50W has W as the last letter that indicates white and silver colors, while R indicates red and black colors and B yellow, blue and black colors.