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S > SCHNEIDER (PHILIPS) > Telelude   


Just a cool designed pong system from Schneider with weird controllers.

This is a clone of the Videojeu N20 from Philips. As Philips owned Schneider at that time, they produced identical systems under their own brand (same for Videopac systems for example).

Whereas the Philips N20 is white, the Schneider Telelude is brown.

NAME  Telelude
MANUFACTURER  Schneider (Philips)
ORIGIN  Europe
YEAR  ? 1978
BUILT IN GAMES  Tennis, Football (soccer), Pelote Basque (squash), Exercice (squash practice), Tir au pigeon (skeet), Tir de cible (shooting on moving target)
CONTROLLERS  2 strange paddles with one fire button each
CPU  General Instruments AY-3-8500
SWITCHES  Game selection, TV channel switch, Bat size big/small, Service auto/manual, Power on/off, Bounce angle, Ball speed
SCORE  On screen
COLORS  Black & white
SOUND  Built-in beeper
I/O PORTS  RF TV video output
BATTERIES  6 x LR6 battery cells
POWER SUPPLY  9v - 80 mA
GUN  Yes

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