Zemmix,[1] trade mark and brand name of South Korean electronics company Daewoo Electronics Co., Ltd., is an MSX-based video game console brand. The brand name Zemmix is no longer in use.

Defunct domestic South Korean video game console manufactured by Daewoo Electronics
Manufacturer Daewoo Electronics
Type Video game console
Generation Third generation era
  • SK: 1985
Discontinued 1995
Media ROM cartridge
CPU 8-bit Zilog Z80

Under the name Zemmix, Daewoo released a series of gaming consoles compatible with the MSX home computer standards. The consoles were in production between 1985 and 1995. The consoles were not sold outside South Korea.

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All consoles were designed to broadcast standard NTSC, have low and high outputs for connecting to a TV and have a universal adapter for connection to the mains 110/220 volts.

The consoles also had a letter coming after the serial number. These letters indicated the color combination of the console. The key is as follows.

  • W – white and silver colors
  • R – red and black colors
  • B – yellow, blue and black colors

For example, CPC 51W would be a white or silver Zemmix V (see below).

  • CPC-50 (Zemmix)[2]
  • CPC-51 (Zemmix V)[2]
  • CPC-61 (Zemmix Super V)[2]
  • CPG-120 (Zemmix Turbo)[2]
  • Zemmix Neo (by Retroteam Neo)[3]
  • Zemmix Neo Lite (by Retroteam Neo)[4]
  • CPC-Mini (Licensed)- Zemmix Mini (by Retroteam Neo) [5]

Other Zemmix products:

  • CPJ-905: MSX joystick for Zemmix CPC-51 console
  • CPJ-600: MSX joypad for Zemmix CPC-61 console
  • CPK-30: keyboard for Zemmix CPC-61
  • CPJ-102K: joystick for CPC-330
  • CPK-31K: input device for CPC-330
  • A Keyboard & Cartridge port divider [6]
  • The Zemina Music Box[7]
  • An MSX2 Upgrade Kit[6]
  • A Zemmix PC card[6]
  • MSX RAM expansion cards[8]
  • A ‘Family Card’ that allows the user to play Famicom games on the Zemmix[9]

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