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Telstar

Telstar

The Telstar is a series of video game consoles produced by Coleco from 1976 to 1978. Starting with Telstar Pong clone based on General Instrument's AY-3-8500 chip in 1976, there were 14 consoles released in the Telstar branded series.
 
Telstar was a series of video game models made by Coleco which preceded the Colecovision by 10 years.  "Telsta", Coleco's first videogame system was releases in 1976 and played only three games with three difficulty levels.  It was the first system to use the GI's AY-3-8500 chip, and was a huge success.  The system sold over a million units.  There were even two variants: one sold by Coleco in Canada as "Telstar Deluxe", and another (same) sold by Montgomery-Ward under the name "Telstar Video World of Sports" 


Jt august  starsabre@att.net  on Saturday, February 26, 2000 at 23:59:55 
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The Coleco Telstar Arcade is triangular shaped, with different controls on each side.  The first side holds two hardwired knobs; the second holds a light pistol; the third side holds a steering wheel.

There were only four triangular carts made for this machine. 
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Wiseguy  wiseguyUSA@xoommail.com  on Wednesday, January 5, 2000 at 00:30:34 
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Telestar was a series of video game models made by Coleco which preceded the Colecovision by 10+ years. The Telestar series included a dedicated Pong Clone, a Dedicated Pong clone with a light gun (the Telestar Ranger) and a programmable unit the Telestar Arcade  a triangular until with a steering wheel, light gun, and duel paddle controls that used triangular game cartridges.

Coleco derived it name from the Connecticut Leather Company which first started making plastic pools, they are most famous for the Cabbage Patch Doll. 
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Coleco Telstar Arcade