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|[[wikipedia:Nuon_%28DVD_technology%29|Nuon]]
 
|[[wikipedia:Nuon_%28DVD_technology%29|Nuon]]
 
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|A hybrid DVD player/game console with enhanced movie-viewing tools, from a bunch of former Atari personnel. Only a few games were made for the system, as the cheaper PS2 slaughtered it. There was a closed-source emulator in production called [http://www.nuon-dome.com/files/Nuance_051.zip Nuance], but its author died and he didn't release the source code himself. Though it became [http://atariage.com/forums/topic/254444-nuon-game-system-talk-discussion/page-3#entry3564288 publicly] [http://www.dragonshadow.com/ available.]
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|A hybrid DVD player/game console with enhanced movie-viewing tools, from a bunch of former Atari personnel. Only a few games were made for the system, as the cheaper PS2 slaughtered it. There was a closed-source emulator in production called [http://www.nuon-dome.com/files/Nuance_051.zip Nuance], but its author died and he didn't release the source code.
 
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|[[wikipedia:V.Smile|V.Smile]]
 
|[[wikipedia:V.Smile|V.Smile]]
 
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|An educational game machine by VTech. It derived from Sunplus' 16-bit SPG-series CPU architecture, which had similar peers including most [http://pnp-info.angelfire.com/ Jakks Pacific TV games] and Vii. The XaviXPORT was similar but had its own custom XaviX CPUs.
 
|An educational game machine by VTech. It derived from Sunplus' 16-bit SPG-series CPU architecture, which had similar peers including most [http://pnp-info.angelfire.com/ Jakks Pacific TV games] and Vii. The XaviXPORT was similar but had its own custom XaviX CPUs.
 
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