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C > COLECO  > Gemini   


The Coleco Gemini, not to be confused with the Telstar Gemini system released by the same manufacturer in 1978, is a clone of the Atari VCS 2600.

It offers the exact same functionalities as the Atari system. Six switches : color/b&w display, on/off, left player difficulty A/B, right player difficulty A/B, Game Select and Reset.

Apart from the plastic case, only the controllers differ from the original system. Coleco put a joytsick AND a paddle on the same controller.

The Gemini was also sold for a short time (through mail-order club initially) by Columbia House as the Columbia House Home Arcade

NAME  Gemini
YEAR  1982
CONTROLLERS  2 controllers with joystick and paddle built-in
CPU  6507
SPEED  1.19 MHz
RAM  128 bytes
ROM  4 KB max.
GRAPHIC MODES  160 x 102
COLORS  128 colors (16 colors with 8 intensity levels each)
SOUND  2 mono channels
I/O PORTS  Two controller connectors, Power in, RF TV output
MEDIA  Cartridges
POWER SUPPLY  External power supply unit. 9VDC 500mA - -(o- +

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