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The TX39XX series processors are based upon Toshiba's [http://www.toshiba.com/taec/cgi-bin/display.cgi?table=Category&CategoryID=131 TX39H] 32-bit RISC cores. There are actually 3 cores: TX39H, TX39H+ and TX39H2. These have mostly been utilized in printers, copiers and PDAs like the Philips [[Philips_HPC|Nino]] and [[Philips_HPC|Velo]].
 
The TX39XX series processors are based upon Toshiba's [http://www.toshiba.com/taec/cgi-bin/display.cgi?table=Category&CategoryID=131 TX39H] 32-bit RISC cores. There are actually 3 cores: TX39H, TX39H+ and TX39H2. These have mostly been utilized in printers, copiers and PDAs like the Philips [[Philips_HPC|Nino]] and [[Philips_HPC|Velo]].
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According [http://www.netbsd.org/Ports/hpcmips/ NetBSD/hpcmips], The Sharp Mobilon HC-4600 uses a 74MHz TX3912. '''Maybe''' it is compatible.

Revision as of 01:17, 16 December 2004

The TX39XX series processors are based upon Toshiba's TX39H 32-bit RISC cores. There are actually 3 cores: TX39H, TX39H+ and TX39H2. These have mostly been utilized in printers, copiers and PDAs like the Philips Nino and Velo.

According NetBSD/hpcmips, The Sharp Mobilon HC-4600 uses a 74MHz TX3912. Maybe it is compatible.