Mitsubishi sold few of its early systems in North America, but it built several popular PC-compatibles for U.S. vendors such as Sperry and Leading Edge.
The Multi16 was sold in North America, and featured a two-piece design. The monitor and drives were in the top unit, while the keyboard and main circuitry were in the bottom unit.
Mitsubishi Multi 16 (1983, desktop)
Original Retail Price: $2,700
Base Configuration: 8088 CPU, CP/M-86, 128K RAM (576K max), two 5.25-inch floppy disk drives, integral 12-inch monochrome CRT, integral keyboard/keypad, RS-232C and parallel ports
Video: 25-line x 80 column text, 640 x 400 graphics, eight colors
Important Options: integral 12-inch color CRT, GP-IB interface, dot matrix printer
Mitsubishi Model 186 (1984, desktop)
Base Configuration: 8MHz 8086 CPU, Mitsubishi Operating System, six expansion slots (two open), 384K RAM (640K max), 5.25-inch floppy disk drive, 20MB hard disk drive, keyboard/keypad, RS-232 and parallel ports, BI-286 BASIC
Size/Weight: 5.8 x 18.9 x 16.7 inches, 37.5 lbs.
Important Options: second 5.25-inch floppy disk drive, 8-inch floppy disk drive, 50MB hard disk drive, monochrome or color monitor
Mitsubishi ML-F120 (1984, MSX home computer)
Original Retail Price: $270
Base Configuration: Z80 CPU, two ROM cartridge slots, 32K RAM, composite video port, integral keyboard, parallel port, MSX BASIC
Video: 24-line x 40-column text, 256 x 192 graphics