MSX is a powerful 8-bit home computer system from the 1980s. It was designed by ASCII Corporation and was popular in Japan and Europe. It was the first computer system to feature a standardized hardware architecture and software system. MSX was designed for users to create and play games, as well as for use in the home and office. It featured an 8-bit microprocessor, a graphics chip capable of displaying 8 colors, and a high-resolution monitor. It was also the first computer system to feature a standardized sound chip. MSX offered users a range of software, including games, operating systems, and programming languages. It was also the first computer system to feature a built-in graphical user interface. MSX was a powerful and versatile system, and was the first computer system to be designed for the home and office. Its standardized architecture and software system made it easy to use and develop applications for. Its wide range of software and built-in graphical user interface made it a popular choice for gamers and home users alike.