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Thomson TO/MO

The Thomson TO/MO is a range of home computers introduced in France in the 80's to compete against systems such as the ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64.
The Thomson MO5 runs on a Motorola 6809E processor clocked at 1 MHz. It originally featured 48kB of RAM, a 40x25 text display, and built-in Microsoft BASIC.



DCMOTO emulates the Thomson computer series : MO5, MO5E, MO5NR, MO6, T9000, TO7, TO7/70, TO8, TO8D, TO9, TO9+ and Olivetti Prodest PC128.
Windows dcmoto_20170903.zip dcmoto.free.fr 863 KB 2017-09-03

Marcel O Cinq

Marcel O Cinq, a Thomson MO5 emulator for PC. The original developer used Thomson computers as a child, and was highly motivated to get things working exactly as he remembered them.
Windows mo5v2.zip www.alternative-system.com 224 KB 2010-01-21
OS X mo5-263.dmg www.bannister.org 1.03 MB 2008-Sep-27


An emulator for the TO7 and TO7-70. The Windows version includes a graphics interface, and the emulation handles the original CPU speed and the audio as well.
Windows funzyto7-win32.zip www.sylvain-huet.com 72 KB 2002-10-29


Teo is an emulator of the Thomson TO8 microcomputer.
Windows teo-1.8.2-setup.exe sourceforge.net 1.65 MB 2013-11-07

Photo of a Thomson TO/MO courtesy of Wikipedia.org
(Photo Wikipedia.org)
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