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Änderungen an RCA Studio II Teardown Einleitung

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Introduction
Touted by PC World as "[link|http://www.pcworld.com/article/179478/1_rca_studio_ii.html|the worst video game system of all time]," the RCA Studio II certainly didn't attract much of a fan base during its short two year tenure. Join us as [ … ] RCA originally passed on the first game console ever made -- the [link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnavox_Odyssey|Odyssey] -- which Magnavox started selling with great success. Consequently, they rushed the Studio II to market, which ended up being obsolete (black and white and no controllers in an age where competitors had both) when it was introduced in early 1977. RCA discontinued the system by 1979, and the rest is history. [ … ] This console is quite rare given the small production number. We managed to acquire this pristine unit at Detroit's Maker Faire. It was on its way to the [link|http://www.computerhistory.org/|Computer History Museum] but we find out what makes this silicon-and-plastic dinosaur tick.kindly asked to "take some photographs" of it before its final resting place :)
Touted by PC World as "[link|http://www.pcworld.com/article/179478/1_rca_studio_ii.html|the worst video game system of all time]," the RCA Studio II certainly didn't attract much of a fan base during its short two year tenure. Join us as [ … ] RCA originally passed on the first game console ever made -- the [link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnavox_Odyssey|Odyssey] -- which Magnavox started selling with great success. Consequently, they rushed the Studio II to market, which ended up being obsolete (black and white and no controllers in an age where competitors had both) when it was introduced in early 1977. RCA discontinued the system by 1979, and the rest is history. [ … ] This console is quite rare given the small production number. We managed to acquire this pristine unit at Detroit's Maker Faire. It was on its way to the [link|http://www.computerhistory.org/|Computer History Museum] but we find out what makes this silicon-and-plastic dinosaur tick.kindly asked to "take some photographs" of it before its final resting place :)