PERSONAL HOBBY COLLECTION CENTERED AROUND MY FIRST COMPUTER
The CollectorVision Phoenix™ is an open-source FPGA ColecoVision™ compatible system that plays ALL ColecoVision™ games. The CollectorVision Phoenix™ is the first true ColecoVision™ FPGA console. Being a FPGA, it can also replicate other systems such as the Atari 2600 by simply providing a hardware configuration file called a core. The PHOENIX™ features two built-in cores: ColecoVision™ and Atari 2600™, and it has room for a total of 30 core slots.
2 IN ONE
Dina, also known in Taiwan as the Chuang Zao Zhe 50 is a home
video game console of the third generation originally manufactured
by Bit Corporation, later sold in the United States by Telegames
as the Telegames Personal Arcade. It is a clone of both the ColecoVision
and Sega SG-1000 consoles, with one cartridge slot for each platform,
and came bundled with the game Meteoric Shower, which was built
into the system.
as the DINA but sold in the US by Telegames USA. Telegames never
advertised its compatibility with the SG-1000.
BIT90 - HOME
: Bit Corporation
Model : Bit 90 Home Computer
Origin : Taiwan (Old-Computers put it in South Korea)
Year of manufacture / commercialization : 1983 according to Old-Computers,
1984 according to Retroinformatica.net
CPU : Z80, at 3.6Mhz according to Retroinformatica.net and 3.85Mhz
according to Old-Computers (is it possible that the discrepancies
are due to the differences between PAL and NTSC models?).
Video : generated by a Texas Instruments VDC . TMS9929 in the
case of PALs, TMS9118 in the case of the NTSC console.
RAM : 2Kb brand new
VRAM : 16Kb
Sound : generated by a Texas Instruments SN76489
Included language : Bit90 Basic 3.1
Connections : two joystick ports, one Colecovision compatible
cartridge port, one expansion port, RF output, audio / video /
tape player port, power connector. The video output is RF or composite
video, not RGB as stated in the instructions, in The Museum or
The Splicevision is a Brazilian clone made by a telephone company called Splice. This console didnt have a huge success because it was more expensive than the competitors (Atari 2600 and Odyssey 2). Splice also published over fifteen pirated games. Hardware The Splicevision is mounted in a hobby kit box, the type that is commonly available in any electronics store. The controller’s connector are also quite different than the Colecovision : they are round. The only things similar are the expansions slot and the mechanism for the entry of the cartridges. They are protected, respectively, by a sliding mechanism and a spring hatch. And despite the console submit expansion slot, most of the modules of the original Coleco don’t fit perfectly: either it is impossible to use the on / off switch, or it is impossible to fit any controllers. The cartridges are larger than the Coleco and have beautiful drawing. The opening screen shows Splicevision instead of Colecovision with the same type of letter and the same colors. The name of the games have been modified : Monkey Dong (Donkey Kong), Jaxxon (Zaxxon), Aventura (Venture), etc. (COLECOVISIONZONE.COM)
- COLECOVISION ADAPTER
adapter for SVI-318 & 328 Computer Systems.