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Radio Shack

    Handhelds:52     Pongs:13 ( :2 )    Consoles:1     Art


Radio Shack


RadioShack, formerly RadioShack Corporation, is the trade name of an American retailer founded in 1921

Tandy Corporation, a leather goods corporation, was looking for other hobbyist-related businesses into which it could expand. At the time of the Tandy Radio Shack & Leather 1962 acquisition, the Radio Shack chain was nearly bankrupt.

In 1977, two years after the MITS Altair 8800, Radio Shack introduced the TRS-80, one of the first mass-produced personal computers.
This was a complete pre-assembled system at a time when many microcomputers were built from kits, backed by a nationwide retail chain when computer stores were in their infancy. Sales of the initial, primitive US$600 TRS-80 exceeded all expectations despite its limited capabilities.

Radio Shack TV Scoreboard - Model 60-3051

1976


La cadena de tiendas americana Radio Shack decidió comercializar bajo su sello varios tipos de pong.
Posteriormente haría lo mismo con algunos ordenadores (TRS 80) y consolas (Tandyvision One) del fabricante Tandy.

Como era costumbre en esa época, las cajas de los equipos incluían imágenes de varios miembros de la familia jugando frente al televisor.

Radio Shack TV Scoreboard - Model 60-3052

1976

Radio Shack TV Scoreboard - Model 60-3054

1977

Radio Shack TV Scoreboard - Model 60-3055

1977

Radio Shack TV Scoreboard - Model 60-3056

1977

Radio Shack TV Scoreboard - Model 60-3057

1977

Radio Shack TV Scoreboard - Model 60-3060

1977


Dispone de conector para una gran pistola.
Actualmente no dejarían pasar esta máquina por un aeropuerto.


 Elementos internos GAMES Football, Squash, Practice, Tennis, Target, Skeet
Mandos Left player: tiny paddle
Right player: knob mounted onto the (small) main unit
CPU General Instruments AY-3-8500
Pulsadores Reset, Serve
Interruptores Ball Velocidad fast/slow, Bat Dimensiones small/large, Slice max/min, Alimentacion on/off, Serve manual/auto
Puntuacion On screen
Colores Black & white
Sonido Built-in speaker
Puertos de entrada/salida RF TV video output, Pistola connector
Pilas 6 x 1.5V
Fuente de alimentación 9v DC
Pistola Yes

Radio Shack TV Scoreboard - Model 60-3061

1977


Dispone de conector para una gran pistola.
Actualmente no dejarían pasar esta máquina por un aeropuerto.

Radio Shack TV Scoreboard - Model 60-8051

1977


La caja tiene el texto en indlés y francés, y la máquina es igual al Radio Shack TV Scoreboard - Model 60-3051
Me atrevería a decir que esta variante fue comercializada en Canadá.

Tandy TV Scoreboard - Model 60-3061

1977


Misma máquina que la Radio Shack TV Scoreboard - Model 60-3061, pero con la marca del fabricante Tandy.

Tandy TV Scoreboard - Model 60-9001

1977

Tandy TV Scoreboard - Model 60-9005

1977