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Monday 18th April 2011
Nikolai Sywolos (Canada)

this is the same console as the unitrex video pro i have. mine is the Canadian version from ontario. it was released about 1975/76. it uses an RF switch box similar to that of the atari 2600 or intelevision. it cost $40 from zellars, or that''s a sale price i donno that''s what the old tag says. the instuctions came in english and french. that''s about all that i know about the Canadian version.


Wednesday 2nd February 2011
Bill (USA)

I bought one of these in Fort Worth, Texas (home of Tandy/Radio Shack) in 1977. The graphics on the console are slightly different but the shape, color, switches and functions are the same. I think it was on close out because it was priced very low, $20 or so.





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