The first model featured a 10 MHz Motorola 68000 CPU (hence the name), 1 MB of RAM, and no hard drive; the last model was released in 1993 with a 25 MHz Motorola 68030 CPU, 4 MB of RAM, and optional 80 MB SCSI hard drive. RAM in these systems is expandable to 12 MB, though most games and applications did not require more than two.
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The author of XM6 TypeG programmed the emulator to refuse to run if it's not on a genuine Japanese Windows installation. Others have edited it to remove this DRM.