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C > CONCEPT 2000 > Spectrum 6   


CONCEPT 2000
Spectrum 6

This one is from Australia but there are clone in nearly every country where pongs can be found.

There is a nice rainbow label but the system is very sober with its metallic color. There are not a lot of buttons too and this is because the internal chip is a National-Seminconductor one that allows the games to be selected by pressing just one button.

The two pads are detachable. Each one has got a button to choose between large or small bat size and to activate the reset option.

NAME  Spectrum 6
MANUFACTURER  Concept 2000
TYPE  
ORIGIN  Australia
YEAR  Unknown
BUILT IN LANGUAGE  Hockey, Squash, Tennis
KEYBOARD  2 paddles with one button (Reset and Bat size)
CPU  National Semiconductor 57105N
SPEED  Game selection
CO-PROCESSOR  1 or 2 players, Power on/off
RAM  On screen
COLORS  Yes
SOUND  Through TV speaker
I/O PORTS  RF TV video output
OS  No
POWER SUPPLY  18v DC
PERIPHERALS  No

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