The first hand-held game system to use cartridges. Despite it being someone successful, I had never heard of it until a friend gave me one as a collectible present long after its heyday.
Innovative design, in that the cartridges included the game code, a screen overlay and a keypad overlay with mask all in one part. None of that losing the overlays that plagued other early systems that used such things.
Given the low resolution of the display, they did produce some reasonably entertaining games for the thing.
|Title||Condition & Paraphenalia||Notes||Photos|
|Microvision main unit||Boxed Manual Working (9/10)|
|Microvision main unit||Working (7/10)|
|Alien Invaders||Boxed Manual Working (7/10)|
|Cosmic Hunter||Boxed Manual Working (7/10)|
|Sea Duel||Working (8/10)|
|Star Trek: Phaser Strike||Boxed Manual Working (7/10)|
|Vegas $lot$||Boxed Manual Working (8/10)|