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HVGP01 Priorities (extensive specifications, details and basic tutorials coming soon)
These items listed are not necessarily in the order of their planned implementation.

1. Casing
2. Graphics Language
3. Hardware Diagnostics Component
4. Joypads
5. Monitor
6. Motherboard
7. Plugs and Sockets
8. Programming Language
9. Software
10. Software Diagnostics Component
11. System Label and Theme
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1. The outer shell of the system will look similar to that of early 80's computers, but feature a significantly more compact size.
2. For the HVGP01 format, there will be separate customized languages for the graphics and the game data read from two different readable sections of the software.
3. Details coming soon.
4. Adhering to the "retro" theme, the HVGP01 will utilize a directional pad with one button.
5. The display will be projected through an image scan device.  Originally the system was going to utilized an assembly similar to that of the Adventurevision system of the 80's (using a "Pixel Stick" instead of LEDs).
6. The motherboard will hold the customized CPU, "high speed" graphics module, system RAM*, sound board and other components.
7. The connection ports for joypads and possible peripherals will all be custom made.
8. For the HVGP01 format, there will be separate customized languages for the graphics and the game data read from two different sections of the software.
9. Details coming soon*.
10. Details coming soon.
11. The final "touch".
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*The motherboard design will enable optimal use of the relatively small amount of system RAM and programming data.