Donors: Stefan Jones
& Chris Chan
Location: Williamsburg, VA
Finally, a real MSX computer. Very nice little system.
You can hook it up to a dual floppy drive unit, very
convenient. It can even read low density IBM disks. (Very
handy for tranferring programs from the net.) The DOS is
very similar to PC-based DOS, and it runs MS Basic, or
course. This particular model was made for the Korean
market. The keyboard and OS can handle both English and
Korean characters. The instruction manuals are fun to
look at because most of the text is in Korean, but
keywords and programming examples are in English. Of
course, it has the same gorgeous extended Basic that all
MSX machines shared, as well as the great graphics.
To be honest, the two things I like best about this
The funky blue cursor keys. All computers should
have keys like this.
The logo for the IQ-1000 has a little thumbs-up
in between the "IQ" and the