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The Vectrex was a vector-based graphics console released by General Consumer Electronics (GCE) in November of 1982 and was retailed for $199. It had a Motorola MC68A09 CPU at 1.5 MHz with 1KB of RAM. The screen was built into the console and it was packed with one game inside it called Mine Storm. It was considered revolutionary for its time, but the Video Game Crash of 1983 and lack of support (and color) doomed the system.
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- The Vectrex Collection (Internet Archive)