Super Nintendo

Super Nintendo - 01

The Super Famicom (Super Nintendo or SNES in America) was a console of
unprecedented power.
In fact, its only major weakness was a rather pokey main CPU, but this was
made up for with a powerful graphics chip and a Sony-devised audio chip that
could produce better music than any console yet released.
The Super Nintendo was a smash hit in every market, but particularly in Japan.
In the US, Nintendo had a lot of catching up to do as Sega's machine had
acquired a good install base thanks to great games and cool advertising.
Nonetheless, most records indicate that by 1996 the SNES had outsold the
Genesis in the US by about 1 million units.
While this was not as decisive a victory as was had in the 8-bit wars,
the Super Nintendo remains the favorite console of many players to this day. 


Manufacturer Nintendo Name Super Nintendo (SNES)
Type Console Origine ???
Introduction Date Japan: End 1990, Germany: 1992 End of production 1998 ???
Built in Language ??? Keyboard None
CPU 65C16 Speed 3.58 Mhz
Coprocessor Sony ESP 700 Amount of Ram 128 Kb
Vram 64 Kb Rom ???
Text Modes ??? Graphic Modes 256x224, 512x448
Colors 32768 Sound 8 voices stereo
Size / Weight ??? Built in Media Cartridges
I/O Ports cartridge connector; 2 x controlpad / Lightgun; Audio; HF-out (for TV); power supply connector OS -
Power Supply External Introduction Price ???
Sold ??? Serial Number ???
Other Extras - Bought Where Merksem
Bought When March 23, 2002 Condition Good
Price Paid 25 Specs of my Model -
Setup Today -

Super Nintendo-01:

Bought on a flea market in Merksem (Antwerp) on 23/03/2002,
the guy asked 30 but I paid 25

In Borgerhout (same day) I already bought 2 cassettes for it :
Starwars and Jurassic Park which came together with 2 games for the
Sega Game gear (paid 10 for all 4)