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    Sony SMC-777

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    Many of Sony's SMC series of machines came with built-in genlocks for video production use, but games were also released on some of the different variants. It is also the first computer to utilize 3.5" diskettes.

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    The SMC-70 was originally released in Japan in 1982. It was the first computer to use a 3.5" disk drive. Later entries in the line added more features, but from the beginning the SMC series was designed to be used in video production.

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