video games gallery from the last century

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SEBLoisirs
SaftLeclanche
Samdo
Sands
Santron
Sanwa
Schneider
Scomark
Sears
Secam
Sennheiser
Seville
Sharleen
Sharp
Sheen
Siemens
Silcom
Silora
Sinoca
Sipo
Sixplay
Skylark
Smash
SocieteOccitane
Solus
Sonesta
Sonico
Sonix
Soundic
Sovereign
SpanishPongs
Sportel
Sportron
Sportronic
Sportsmaster
Starex
StellarElectron
SuperRaf
Superkit
Superlectron
Supersport
Syrelec


SEBLoisirs

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SEB Telescore 750

1977


At the end of the 70s, SEB, a well known french kitchen ustensils manufacturer, decided to sell its own pong system, just like the other companies. The design is very original with this particular black round shaped case and the flashy orange sliders and switches!

The chipset is not the classic AY-3-8500 from General Instrument but the TMS-1965 from Texas-Instrument. It offers the same 4 basic games.


 
Elementos internos GAMES Squash, Pelote Basque (squash 2 playes), Football, Tennis
Mandos Two built-in sliders
CPU TMS-1965-NC from Texas-Instruments
Pulsadores Reset
Interruptores Alimentacion on/off, Bat Dimensiones big/small, Ball Velocidad hi/low, Ball angle 20°/40°
Puntuacion On screen + two sliders on case (from 0 to 10)
Colores Black & white
Sonido Built-in speaker
Puertos de entrada/salida RF TV video output (UHF Channel 36/38)
Pilas R14 (1,5v) x 4
Pistola No

SEB Telescore 751

1977


4 games available on 750 and 751 models:
- Tennis
- Football
- Pelote basque
- Squash

The 752 model introduce the gun and 2 dedicated games :
- Tir aux pigeons (birds shooting)
- Tir d’entraînement (Shoot training)

A few other models followed this one, offering separated controllers and lightgun (model 751), and later even colour display (model 752)

Modèle 750 avec la trappe en plastique fumé et 4 jeux.
Modèle 751 avec les manettes de jeux séparées et 6 jeux.

Les manettes séparées apparaîtront sur le modèle 751et le pistolet sur le modèle 752


 Francia

SEB Telescore 752

1977


 Francia
Color display