It is(was) from around 1975-1977 positively.
It was made out of seemingly air blown white thin fiberglass.
It had bare 70's hobbyist standard slide switches, black.
The bottom of the case was probably aluminum or that dense circuitboard material.
It had 4 black knobs at the each of the 4 corners.
The whole thing was single piece, and shaped like a chunky wedge or asymmetrical pyramid.
It had tennis and hockey for sure.
There were no, or small, labels.
I don't know the company.
It might have had an attached power adapter.
It was held together with phillips' screws.
It had only B/W games of course.
It had a base size about the size of an O^2.
It would have been about 1.3x the height perhaps.
Being wedge shaped, the front controls would be sloping down toward you. Like an angled control panel.
It was relatively light in construction and had a lot of open air inside.
It had one big white ceramic chip that was 1.2" x 1" in size.
The silicon substrates (2 of them) were on this white chip-carrier, and they were covered with a black rubber-like flexible material like silicone-sealant used in aquariums.
That is all I can tell you. So WTF is this console?
Edited by Keatah, Sun Apr 29, 2012 10:50 PM.