A fairly early entrant into the home computer scene, this machine was initially released in the UK as the TI99/4 with an NTSC-only video output. After realising that nobody in the UK had anything that could display NTSC pictures, the machine was re-released as the TI99/4a with a PAL video output.
Rather uniquely for its time, the machine used a 16-bit processor rather than the more common 8-bit ones.
Production of this machine was stopped in November 1983.
|RAM expandable to (KB)||72|
|Number of keys||48|