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The 1292 is technically compatible with the VC-4000, but uses a different cartridge slot. This article will ONLY cover the 1292 variants, the other variants are listed in the VC 4000 article.

List of machines Edit

  • Radofin 1292 Advanced Programmable Video System (also known as "Radofin Programmierbares Video System" in Germany) (1976)
  • Radofin 1392 Advanced Programmable Video System (1976)
  • Hanimex HMG-1292 Advanced Programmable Video System
  • Hanimex HMG-1392 Advanced Programmable Video System
  • Fountain Force 2
  • Fountain 1292 Advanced Programmable Video System
  • Fountain 1392 Advanced Programmable Video System
  • Grandstand Advanced Programmable Video System
  • Lansay 1392
  • Audiosonic PP-1292 Advanced Programmable Video System
  • Audiosonic PP-1392 Advanced Programmable Video System
  • Prinztronic VC-6000 (1977)
  • Prinztronic Tournament
  • Acetronic MPU-1000 (1979) (Pictured)
  • Acetronic MPU-2000 (1979)

Sources differ on the Hanimex system's names. Also some people refer to this family as the 1292 family, others refer to it as the MPU-1000 family. The 1392 and MPU-2000 have an internal power supply. The Haminex 1392 was supposedly released as an educational system for schools.

Games Edit

Other notes Edit

Some sources indicate that the 1292 systems are part of the VC-4000 family, while others don't.

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