Color Computer 3 (1986–1991) -Output to a composite video monitor or analog RGB monitor, in addition to the CoCo 1 and 2's TV output. This did much to improve the clarity of its output. A paged memory management unit broke up the 6809's 64 kB address space into 8 × 8 kB chunks. Although these chunks were considered to be too large by many programmers, the scheme would later allow third party RAM upgrades of up to 2 MB (256 × 8 kB). -Text display with real lowercase at 32, 40, 64, or 80 characters per line and between 16 and 24 lines per screen. -Text character attributes, including 8 foreground and 8 background colors, underline, and blink. -New graphics resolutions of 160, 256, 320 or 640 pixels wide by 192 to 225 lines. -Up to 16 simultaneous colors from a palette of 64.