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#1 Bmack36 OFFLINE  

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Posted Tue Sep 11, 2018 10:01 PM

We are excited to announce that "Early Access" systems for the Collectorvision Phoenix are now available for pre-order.

Details and order information: http://collectorvisionphoenix.com

 

For more info and discussion see our thread below:

 

http://atariage.com/...36#entry4111381

 

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The ONLY Colecovision™ system you will EVER need!

 

An FPGA ColecoVision™ Compatible System

 

We are announcing an "early access" run of the CollectorVision Phoenix console to help fund the full production run of the project. We need YOUR HELP to make this console a reality! Users who purchase the early access system will receive the console significantly sooner than the final release version as well as the first opportunity to purchase expansions/accessories.

The Early Access systems will be made regardless, even if we have to 3D print the casing, but the goal here is to raise enough money from the ColecoVision community to produce a finalized injection molded version of the system, and if we can do that, *ALL SYSTEMS* including the Early Access consoles will be injection molded.

Program information:

The cost of the Early Access units will be $300 plus shipping (and tax where applicable). These units will be available prior to the final production units.
 
Your support by purchasing the Early Access console will be greatly appreciated as the additional cost of these units will be contributed to finalize the mold for the case and fund the remaining development tasks and licensing costs.
 
The Early Access pre-sale is open to those in the US and Canada. If you live outside of those countries, please contact brian@collectorvision.com and note there may be additional shipping charges involved.

Early Access customers will also have the option to have their name listed in the Phoenix manual acknowledging their support.

Please help us spread the word about the Early Access run so we can get the funding needed to to move forward with the final production run.

As a "thank you" to our Early Access supporters, your name will appear in the CollectorVision Phoenix manual as part of the "ColecoVision Brotherhood" who have helped fund this project to make it a reality for everyone!

Early Access buyers should have access to either standard ColecoVision™ or SNES controllers, as no controllers are included with the system.

 

Product Description

The CollectorVision Phoenix™ is an FPGA ColecoVision™ compatible system that plays ALL ColecoVision™ games

 

Dimensions

– 7.50″ length

– 4.75″ wide

– 1.70″ high

 

Compatibility

– Compatible with ALL ColecoVision™ game cartridges!

– 100% Accurate!

– Region Free!

– Worldwide Compatibility [PSU: 100-240v, 50-60hz]

 

Video

– HDMI Output

 

Audio

– Digital audio via HDMI

 

Special Features

– F18A Video Enhanced Compatibility Built-in* ($86 value!)

– Officially licensed Opcode SGM compatibility Built-in* ($100 value!)

– Original-style Colecovision™ (DB-9) Controller Ports

– Original Colecovision™ Cartridge Port

– Original-style SNES/SFC Controller Port (For even more controller compatiblity!) (NTT Data compatible)

– SD card firmware updating [via SD card slot]*

– PS2 Keyboard input

– The SEX7264 “COURTNEY” Wavetable Sound Generator (WSG) is a new custom sound chip which can produce a rich plurality of sounds with minimal intervention of the CPU.

 

INCLUDES

– CollectorVision Phoenix Video Game System™

– Sydney Hunter & the Caverns of Death (Exclusive pack-in Game cartridge)

– Instruction Manual

– HDMI Cable

– Worldwide Power Supply [100-240v, 50/60hz, USA/JPN plug-type]

– 10+ Built-in digital Homebrew games included!

 

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#2 TPR OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Sep 13, 2018 7:43 PM

I put together a "fan-made" video in support of the CollectorVision Phoenix system:

 

 

Details and order information: http://collectorvisionphoenix.com

 

I would LOVE to see this project get the support and funding it needs, so it would be great to see people share this on their social media! 

 

Here's the link to the YouTube video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMXD8piieqo

And I also put a version on Facebook that is easy to share to your personal page, any RetroGaming pages you may follow or any other group you think would be interested! Click this link and SHARE: https://www.facebook...33041853586227/

 

Any support we can give CollectorVision to make sure this system becomes a reality is well worth it, IMO!



#3 Swami ONLINE  

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Posted Thu Sep 13, 2018 10:24 PM

I put together a "fan-made" video in support of the CollectorVision Phoenix system:

 

 

Details and order information: http://collectorvisionphoenix.com

 

I would LOVE to see this project get the support and funding it needs, so it would be great to see people share this on their social media! 

 

Here's the link to the YouTube video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMXD8piieqo

And I also put a version on Facebook that is easy to share to your personal page, any RetroGaming pages you may follow or any other group you think would be interested! Click this link and SHARE: https://www.facebook...33041853586227/

 

Any support we can give CollectorVision to make sure this system becomes a reality is well worth it, IMO!

 

Very nice video! What are the four games after Light Grid Racing?



#4 Bmack36 OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Sep 13, 2018 10:49 PM

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#5 Nebulon OFFLINE  

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Posted Mon Sep 17, 2018 1:56 PM

Very nice, but the price point is too high.






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