The Visicom COM-100 is a videogame console made by Toshiba released in January 1978. The Visicom is a clone of the RCA Studio II. The video support was also based on the CDP 1861 however with colour support. Unlike the Studio II the Visicom came with 2 joystick controllers. The Visicom also came with 5 built in games (Doodle, Patterns, Bowling, Freeway and Additions).
Clock: 1.76 MHz
Memory: 768 Bytes RAM and 2 KB ROM
Video: CDP1861 + additional HW for colour support
Sound: One fixed frequency tone
Keyboard: TC4515 (for 2 keypads in the console)
Build in Freeway game in colour
Main Features Visicom COM-100 Emulator
- Adjustable speed, boosting the speed of the Visicom COM-100 beyond 1.76 MHz!
- Video support for CDP1861 (Pixie) including colour HW with zoom and full screen option by pressing F3
- Sound support for default fixed frequency tone
- Video screen dump to a file (BMP, JPEG, PNG or PCX image)