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I > INTEL (GERMANY) > Super Tele-Sport (D-688/36)   


INTEL (GERMANY)
Super Tele-Sport (D-688/36)

This is a very common european system. It was released by numerous manufacturers such as Intel (Germany), Asaflex, Univox, Sportron, Interstate and others. The case can be black or white and the controllers can change.

It has big orange buttons and large game selection wheel. It was released in 1977 and uses the popular AY-3-8500 chip grom General Instruments offering the 4 classic pong games : Hockey, Tennis, Squash and Squash practice. Another version offered 6 games : 4 same pong games + 2 shooting games. It had the same design as the 4 games model.

This particular model was sold by Intel in Germany. It is unclear if this Intel company is the same as the world famous one... If someone could help us on this subject that would be great ! We personaly think it is a different one, based in germany...

The fun fact is that the controllers are attached to the console by "scratches" !

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The Company was called
INTerELektronik GmbH (short INTEL).
The company form GmbH similar to the LLC
As much as I found out it has nothing to do with the well known Intel

To my knowledge he first system was the INTEL TV Sports 1004 which is equal to Univox 41N and Grandstand T.V. Game 2000.

The sold a lot of similar consoles in 1977 like Intel TV Sport 1006 (bascially a 1004 with Light Gun and two additional Games Pistol and Rifle), Intel TV Sport 2004, Intel TV Sport 3006, Intel TV Sport 4010, Intel TV Sport 5010 and so on.
You can find a good compilations of consoles from that company here:
https://retroconsoles.fandom.com/wiki/INTEL_(INTerELektronik_GmbH)

A picture of of the TV Sport 1004 packaging can be found here
http://20thcenturyvideogames.com/Pongs/Intel/cajas/IntelTV-Sport1004.jpg (The picture is read but is says "Farbe:Schwarz" $ Colour: black$)

          
Wednesday 1st July 2020
HardwareHarry (Germany)

bought a pocket calculator yesterday - it''s made by the same german "INTEL" company.

on the back it has a sticker that says "INTerELektronik GmbH"

          
Monday 11th June 2012
Chriss  (Germany)

Yes, that would be nice! Thanks.

          
Saturday 28th February 2009
Webmaster (France)

 

NAME  Super Tele-Sport (D-688/36)
MANUFACTURER  Intel (Germany)
ORIGIN  Europe
YEAR  1977
BUILT IN SOFTWARE / GAMES  Hockey, Tennis, Squash , Squash practice
CONTROLLERS  2 detachable paddles with no fire button
CPU  General Instruments AY-3-8500
SPEED  Serve, Reset
CO-PROCESSOR  power on/off, bat size (big/small), service (auto/man.), ball speed (hi/low), ball angle (20°/40°), sound on/off
RAM  On screen
COLORS  Black & white
SOUND  Built-in speaker
I/O PORTS  RF TV video output
NUMBER OF GAMES  6 x UM2 (C size) batteries
POWER SUPPLY  9v DC external power supply
PERIPHERALS  No
PRICE  Unknown




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