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Intel TV Sport 1004 (D-670/37)Edit

Intel TV-Sport 1004
Intel TV-Sport 1004
Manufacturer INTEL (Germany)
Generation First Generation
Release date 1977
Input 2 controllers
The Intel TV Sport 1004 was also called the Gamatic 7600 which was produced in black and red cases. The system itself seems to have been made in Korea. The electronic board is labeled "F'GAMATIC-7600". Indeed many Gamatic 7600 systems identical to this one can be found worldwide, the earliest one being a japanese Gamatic 7600 system released in 1976.

CPUTMS-1965 (Texas Instruments)
BUTTONS -
SWITCHES -
BUILT IN GAMES Tennis, Football, Squash, Practice
CONTROLLERS2 paddles with a knob and fire button
SCORE -
COLOR / B&W -
SOUNDBuilt-in speaker
SIZE / WEIGHT -
I/O PORTSRF TV video output
POWER SUPPLYAC/DC 9v 40mA 360mW or 6x1.5v "C"(R12) batteries

Intel TV Sport 1006Edit

Released in 1977, with an original box had a top made of clear plastic.

Intel TV Sport 2004Edit

(1977)

Intel TV Sport 3006Edit

Common Pong system that was sold under lots of different brands. Almost the same like the Super Tele-Sport but with the 2 classic shooting games (includes a revolver). (1977)

Intel TV Sport 4010Edit

It was the follower of the Super Tele-Sport 3006 but with 4 extra games. It offers the same games then it's successor the Intel TV-Sport 5010 although the housing (of a very common hongkong clone) of the 4010 is completely different. (1978)

Intel TV Sport 5010Edit

It was the follower of the Super Tele-Sport 4010 and offered the same games but a different housing. (1978)

Intel Super Tele-Sport (D-688/36)Edit

Intel Super Tele-Sport
Intel Super Tele-Sport
Manufacturer INTEL (Germany)
Generation First Generation
Release date 1977
Input 2 controllers
This is a very common european system. It was released by numerous manufacturers such as Intel (INTerELektronik GmbH), Asaflex, Univox, Sportron, Interstate and others. The case can be black or white and the controllers can change.

It has big orange buttons and large game selection wheel. It was released in 1977 and uses the popular AY-3-8500 chip, offering the 4 classic pong games : Hockey, Tennis, Squash and Squash practice. Another version offered 6 games : 4 same pong games + 2 shooting games. It had the same design as the 4 games model.

CPUAY-3-8500 (General Instruments)
BUTTONSServe, Reset
SWITCHESpower on/off, sound on/off, difficulty settings
BUILT IN GAMES2 racing games
CONTROLLERSnone
SCOREOn screen
COLOR / B&WBlack & white
SOUNDBuilt-in speaker
SIZE / WEIGHT -
I/O PORTSRF TV video output
POWER SUPPLYExternal power supply 9V or 6x1.5v "C"(R12) batteries

Intel Monza (D-719/00)Edit

INTEL (INTerELektronik GmbH)
Manufacturer Interton
Generation First Generation
Release date 1978

The Intel Monza uses the much used Universal Research Labs F4301 chip that contains two racing games, and the same casing as the Interton Video 2400 & 2501. Although Intel sold most of their products in Germany this racing system was only found in the Netherlands.

CPUF4301 (Universal Research Labs)
BUTTONS -
SWITCHESpower on/off , one/two players, score on/off
BUILT IN GAMES 2 racing games
CONTROLLERS2 paddles with a knob
SCOREOn screen
COLOR / B&W -
SOUNDBuilt-in speaker
SIZE / WEIGHT -
I/O PORTSRF TV video output
POWER SUPPLYExternal power supply 9V or 6x1.5v "C"(R12) batteries

Intel Grand Prix (D-731/07)Edit

This very rare racing game system offers 2 car racing games. It was sold in 1978 by Intel and uses the same casing than the Universal Teleplay console also sold by Intel. Although Intel sold most of their products in Germany this racing system was only found in the Netherlands.

CPU F4301 ?
BUTTONSnone
SWITCHES4 switches
BUILT IN GAMES 2 racing games
CONTROLLERSNone, 2 knobs on the case
SCORE -
COLOR / B&W -
SOUNDBuilt-in speaker
SIZE / WEIGHT -
I/O PORTSRF TV video output
POWER SUPPLYExternal power supply 9V or 6x1.5v "C"(R12) batteries

Intel Universal Tele-Play (D-744/34)Edit

Intel Universal Tele-Play
Manufacturer Intel(Germany)
Release date 1979
Media type Cartridge
Compatibility PC-50X Family

Rare, 3rd Generation Pong system sold by Intel. Its housing and the small controllers have a very nice vintage design. The CPU was now found inside the PC-50x cartridge.

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