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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[]

  • 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.

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Other notes[]

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

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