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Novex Computerized Electronic Video Game

This game console by Novex is similar to other advanced Pong consoles. The plug-in cartridges house the main chip for each game. The console itself contains only basic electronics.

Specifications:

  • Power Requirement: 9V DC (UM - 2X 6) or via AC/DC Adapter
  • Operation Frequencies: UHMCH 36(5.9125 MHz)
  • Dimensions:
    • Master Control: 260x80x160mm
    • Joystick Controls: 96x45x85mm
  • System: 625 lines, CCIR, PAL
  • Jacks: 3.5mm DC-input DIN-Jacks x2

Highlight Features:

  • Professionally styled, console type cabinet
  • 2-way power operation
  • Life like Sound direct through TV speaker
  • Difficulty option switches
  • Fully Compatible for all future cartrdiges
  • Professional games selection
  • Giant, real life remote controls
  • Easy to plug-in, dust proof cartridges
  • Two selectable sounds systems through TV soeaker or built-in console speaker
  • On-screen automatic score display

Manufacturer: Novex
Date: Unknown

Magazines RELATED to Novex Computerized Electronic Video Game in our Library

Item Manufacturer Date
The Micro User - January 1984 - Vol 1 No 11 Database Publications Ltd Jan 1984

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH41825. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

 
Novex Computerized Electronic Video Game


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