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The Joss JP1 was produced by Joss Developments Limited and was designated Australia’s first supercar. The company was founded by Matthew Thomas, a long time designer who worked for popular companies such as Bentley, Aston Martin, Jaguar and Stewart Grand Prix. A test vehicle, the JT1 was designed, manufactured and released in 2004. At the Adelaide and Sydney Motor Shows, the JP1 received good reviews, launching Joss as a contender in the supercar production market. The JT1 prototypes...
The iQue Player was developed by Nintendo and manufactured by iQue as a video game console. The Chinese name for the iQue is Shen You Ji (Devine Gaming Machine). The console is in the shape of a controller that plugs directly into a television. An accessory is available for multiplayer use. It is sold exclusively in China and was released on November 17, 2003. The game cartridges contained a built in 64 MB flash card that plugged into the console / controller. Upon release of the unit,...
The Bally Astrocade is a video game console and simple computer combination manufactured by Midway. The original name was the Bally Home Library Computer released in 1977 by mail order only, but shipments were delayed and the system was renamed the Bally Professional Arcade. In 1979 Bally sold the Consumer Product Division and a partnership was formed and in 1981 the system was released as the Bally Computer System. In 1982 the name was changed to the Bally Astrocade and production of the...
The Nintendo Entertainment System, or NES for short, is an 8-bit video game console that was released in 1983 in Japan, 1985 in North America, 1986 in Europe, and 1987 in Australia. It was manufactured by Nintendo, originally called Famicom. The initial plans of the Famicom was to be a 16-bit computer with keyboard and floppy disc drive, but Nintendo president decided to build a cartridge-based game console instead. The Famicom was released on July 15, 1983 with Donkey Kong, Donkey Kong...
The Dreamcast is a video game console released by Sega in November 1998 in Japan, September 1999 in North America, October 1999 in Europe, and November 1999 in Australia. In the first 24 hours of release 225,132 units were sold and a total of 500,000 in the first two weeks. On January 31, 2001, Sega announced it would discontinue the production of the Dreamcast in March 2001 and concentrate solely on software. Even though the console production was discontinued, Sega of Japan still...
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