Odyssey 200 - 01
Not long after it's release of the Odyssey100, Magnavox followed up with
the Odyssey 200.
Featuring a few extra chipsets designed by Texas Instruments, the
Odyssey 200 was still largely an analog system. 

Atari's single chip Pong console was to be released through Sears,
and althoug it only played one game - it had on screen digital scoring. 

The new 200 would allow Magnavox to have two consoles on the market at
lower end and higher ends - to try and smother out the Atari version.
The 200 included an extra game called Smash and a rudimentary on
screen scoring that consisted of white blocks that moved to the
right or left respectively as their scores advanced. 

So, the Odyssey 200 hit the market as well in 1975 was sold through
1976 until it was replaced with the Odyssey 400.


Manufacturer Philips Name Odyssey 200
Type Console Origine ???
Introduction Date 1975 End of production 1976
Built in Language ??? Keyboard ???
CPU ??? Speed ???
Coprocessor ??? Amount of Ram ???
Vram ??? Rom ???
Text Modes ??? Graphic Modes ???
Colors Black & White Sound ???
Size / Weight ??? Built in Media None
I/O Ports ??? OS -
Power Supply ??? Introduction Price ???
Sold ??? Serial Number ???
Other Extras Boxed Bought Where Assebroek
Bought When December 13, 2002 Condition Good
Price Paid 25 Specs of my Model -
Setup Today -

a Closer look on the Odyssey 200 Inside the Odyssey 200

Nicely Boxed Serial Number


Same guy as the Intellivision_02 and the Videopac G7400_01

Bought on 13/12/2002 in Assebroek (paid 25).

Also bought the Atari400_01 (40) and the Sega Megadrive_02 (10)
on this day from the same guy.