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Radofin Electronics Ltd., established in 1974, was a consumer electronics manufacturer based in London. In the mid-seventies it produced and marketed its own range of calculators and then entered the home entertainment electronics industry, building video game consoles. In the eighties, they designed a home computer which was marketed by Mattel, named Aquarius. Radofin went out of business going into liquidation in August 1991.

Their biggest achievement was the 1292 Advanced Programmable Video System which they licensed to many companies.

Radofin Colour TV Game TelesportsEdit

There were in fact two models sold. A black case version with two big dials as the controllers and one with a fake wooden style model where the controllers are two vertical sliders.

This pong system was sold under different brands, like the Ultrasound Tele-Sports (only in Germany).

Radofin Colour TV Game Telesport 10Edit

Radofin Tele-sports IIIEdit

Radofin Tele-sports IVEdit

Radofin Tele-sports miniEdit

Radofin Electronic's Four Thousand 4000Edit

Radofin Electronic's Eight Thousand 8000Edit

Radofin Jeux Vidéo 3011Edit

Radofin Sports Action TV GameEdit

Radofin 1292 Advanced Programmable Video SystemEdit

Radofin 1392 Advanced Programmable Video SystemEdit