The Sharp Nintendo Television (often described as the C1 NES TV; originally released for Japanese markets as My Computer TV C1 ) is a television produced by Sharp Corporation with a built-in licensed Nintendo Entertainment System.
Originally released in Japan in 1983, the unit was released in the US in 1989.
The C1 is notable for having provided the high-quality screenshots displayed in video game magazines of the period, due to its having slightly better picture quality than a Famicom or NES paired with a separate television.
The concept was followed up in Japan by the Super Famicom-based SF1 in 1990.
19C-C1F・W (19 inch, retail price ¥145,000)
14C-C1F・W・R (14 inch, retail price ¥93,000)
AN-320 (keyboard only)
19SV111 and 19SC111 (19 inch) - The North American release known as the Sharp Nintendo Television.
All models came in both a red and a black color.