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P > PHILIPS  > Videopac G7200


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Saturday 12th May 2012
Lady Eklipse (Ukraine)
Lady Eklipse''s videogaming blog

I have got a Vectrex from eBay and now am considering about Videopac. Since I have got my Veccy safe and sound, I suppose it''s quite possible to transfer a Videopac by mail. Just make sure that the seller marks it as ''FRAGILE'' upon postage.

Sunday 26th July 2009
Bill Loguidice (New Jersey, USA)
Armchair Arcade

Anyone know if it''s possible to use The Voice with this?

Wednesday 23rd February 2005
Taneli Lukka (Finland)

The machine is very fragile and difficult to take apart without braking anything. Mailing it without damage is almost impossible and should not be attempted if not completely necessary. So buying one from eBay and expecting it to arrive with no damage is not very smart as a friend of mine noticed when he got his machine.

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