"The state-of-the-art for '82 — and beyond."
Uh, Adventure what? Indeed, this is a very obscure system. It is a tabletop console (like a mini arcade), made interesting by its unique display: a red LED strip and a spinning mirror projected the image onto the screen, a technology very similar to the Virtual Boy. It was not a bad hardware for the time, except the picture quality was terrible (wobbly, flickering, and monochrome), and its library consisted of only four games, all arcade ports.
|Consoles||Emerson Arcadia 2001 - Atari 2600 - Atari 5200 - Epoch Cassete Vision - ColecoVision - Fairchild Channel F - Mattel Intellivision - Magnavox Odyssey² - Bally Professional Arcade - Sega SG-1000 - RCA Studio II - Interton VC 4000 - Milton Bradley Vectrex|
|Handhelds||Entex Adventure Vision - Nintendo Game & Watch - Milton Bradley Microvision|
|Computers||Apple I - Apple II - Apple III - Atari 8-bit - Acorn BBC Micro - Commodore PET - Tandy TRS-80 - Tandy TRS-80 CoCo|