The VideoBrain was one of the earliest home computers and one of the first systems to use ROM cartridges as a software medium. Sold through retail outlets, the VideoBrain suffered from poor graphics capability and inadequate software support. Finding compatible ROM cartridges today is difficult.
Umtech VideoBrain (1978, home computer)
Original Retail Price: $500
Base Configuration: F8 CPU, ROM cartridge slot, 1K RAM, 4K ROM, TV video interface and switchbox, integral keyboard, two joysticks, three ROM cartridge programs, AC adapter
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