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|[https://archive.org/details/MattelHyperscan_Redump_2014-12-14 Redump]
 
|[https://archive.org/details/MattelHyperscan_Redump_2014-12-14 Redump]
 
|Something you would expect to see under a bargain bin at Wal-mart, the Mattel Hyperscan was a card/disc based system released in 2006 to appeal to some poor child's aunt at Christmas. It ran on a 32-bit Sunplus system-on-a-chip CPU, a successor to the 16-bit CPUs used to run consoles such as the V.Smile, many Jakks Pacific TV games and Vii. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iv2-M78m_qI CGR Review].
 
|Something you would expect to see under a bargain bin at Wal-mart, the Mattel Hyperscan was a card/disc based system released in 2006 to appeal to some poor child's aunt at Christmas. It ran on a 32-bit Sunplus system-on-a-chip CPU, a successor to the 16-bit CPUs used to run consoles such as the V.Smile, many Jakks Pacific TV games and Vii. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iv2-M78m_qI CGR Review].
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|Interac TV
 
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| Released by Fisher-Price in 2006. The Interac TV  was designed to turn any DVD Player into an educational console. just sync the custom wireless controller to your DVD Player and put a game disk in. Unfortunately incompatibly issues resulted in most people been unable to sync the controller to their player and some even said that their DVD player couldn't even read the disks.  it's unknown how many games were made for it, how many units sold or when it was discontinued.
 
 
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|Smart Cycle
 
|Smart Cycle
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|Released in 2007 by Fisher-Price and not to be confused with their later phone\tablet controller of the same name. the Smart Cycle is a hybrid between an exercise bike and a edutainment console. it's unknown how many games were made for it, how many units sold or when it was discontinued.
 
|Released in 2007 by Fisher-Price and not to be confused with their later phone\tablet controller of the same name. the Smart Cycle is a hybrid between an exercise bike and a edutainment console. it's unknown how many games were made for it, how many units sold or when it was discontinued.
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|Story Reader Video +
 
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|Release in 2006 by Publications International. The Video + turns the Story Reader electronic book into one of many educational consoles of the 2000s. It's unknown how many units were sold or when it was discontinued. Around 7 games were released for the system,
 
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|Telestory Interactive Storybook System
 
|Telestory Interactive Storybook System
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|A disaster of a handheld, the Gizmondo was released in 2005 with a furious marketing campaign. It was ahead of its time in that it (was supposed to have) included built-in advertisements to make the console cheaper. [https://youtu.be/dv6UaHZxUys LGR Review]
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|A disaster of a handheld, the Gizmondo was released in 2005 with a furious marketing campaign. It was ahead of its time in that it (was supposed to have) included built-in advertisements to make the console cheaper.
 
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|[http://www.theoldcomputer.com/roms/index.php?folder=Tapwave/Zodiac Some]
 
|[http://www.theoldcomputer.com/roms/index.php?folder=Tapwave/Zodiac Some]
|A handheld released in 2003 that used an enhanced Palm OS. Ahead for its time, even receiving awards. However, the PSP and Nintendo DS killed it. [https://youtu.be/Mz3nNKQRnNQ LGR Review]
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|A handheld released in 2003 that used an enhanced Palm OS. Ahead for its time, even receiving awards. However, the PSP and Nintendo DS killed it.
 
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|Teachermate Handheld Educational Computer
 
|Teachermate Handheld Educational Computer

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