One of the more obscure and rare consoles ever conceived, the PV-1000 is a Japanese console made by Casio. It was developed alongside the PV-2000 computer, which would make anyone think they are related somehow, but they have completely different architectures. Casio pulled a Sega move and flooded the market with their own product (this, the PV-2000, and two MSX systems). Because of this, they pulled the PV-1000 from the shelves just two months after it's release. It only sold around 9,000 units, which explains it's extreme rarity. Only 15 games were ever released for it.
|Consoles||Action Max - Atari 7800 - Amstrad GX4000 - RDI Halcyon - View-Master Interactive Vision - Sega Master System - Nintendo Entertainment System - Casio PV-1000 - VTech Socrates - Epoch Super Cassete Vision|
|Computers||Mattel Aquarius - Acorn Archimedes - Commodore 64 - Amstrad CPC - Fujitsu FM-7 - Apple Lisa - Apple Macintosh - Microsoft MS-DOS - ASCII MSX - ASCII MSX2 - IBM OS-2 - NEC PC-88 - NEC PC-98 - Amstrad PCW - Sinclair QL - Commodore VIC-20 - Sharp X1 - Sinclair ZX Spectrum|