The Sharp X1 is a series of home computers released by Sharp from 1982 to 1988. First released in Japan on January 11, 1982, it was the successor to the Sharp MZ computer.
The X1 houses a Zilog Z80A processor, 64 KB of RAM and 4 KB of video RAM and a cassette player. In 1984, Sharp released the X1 Turbo series with high resolution graphics (640x400, while X1 had 640x200). The X1 turbo Z series with a 4096 color analog RGB monitor was finally released in 1986.
The Sharp X1 was succeeded by the Sharp X68000 computer in 1987.
Hybrid hardware :