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EACA

 
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
EACA International Ltd was a Hong Kong-based electronics manufacturer active during the 1970s and early-1980s. They were founded by Eric Chung, a businessman born in mainland China who crossed the border into the (then) British colony. [1]

EACA produced Pong-style television video games, and later produced a line of computers under the Genie name. These included the Video Genies I, II and III (which were Tandy TRS-80 Model I-compatible) and the Colour Genie.

Just as distributors were promoting a new 16-bit machine in late 1983, the company went bankrupt. Eric Chung was reported to have fled Hong Kong, although there were doubts as to his whereabouts following this.

EG2000 Colour Genie
EG2013 Joystick Controllers
EG3003 Video Genie System
EG3008 Genie II Microcomputer System
Video Genie System Expander EG3014

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