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M > MAGICLICK > Teleclick


 

This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Magiclick Teleclick pong. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message! For other purposes like sales messages, hardware & software questions or information requests, please use our main forum.

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Thursday 12th February 2015
marcos (Argentina)

I'' ve got it!!!! I played with Teleclick all my childhood and it still works. The factory that made this computer is Magiclik!!! They made big electrical lighters for the ovens in the early 80''s


Thursday 10th June 2004
Juan Ignacio (Argentina)

Well I think this page is really great for those who loved and loves this kind of stuff, thanks!
I´m from Argentine and I did not know about this at all it´s so really amazing.
greetings


Wednesday 17th September 2003
Sebastian (Argentina)

The previous message is from a friend of mine. We must consider it as an exeception, since all posts should be written in english for the convenience of every one, since that is the main language of this site. For all of you who don't catch up with spanish, it says something like this: "Cool console Seba. Where did you get it from? Was it built by the same guys who make the Magiclik for the cooker? Greets. Juan" Actually (in Argentina, I don't know if in the rest of the world) that device to turn the cokker's burner with a spark is known as "The Magiclick" since this is its brand. I'm not sure is were the same guys who built both the kitchen's device and the pong system... can anyone answer it?

Seba


Wednesday 17th September 2003
juan b (Argentina)

Muy buena consola Seba. La fabricaron los mismos del Magiclick para la cocina? De donde la sacaste?
Saludos.
Juan.





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