"Channel F" is the sucessor brand name for the system introduced in 1976 as the Fairchild Video Entertainment System (VES). Based on Fairchild's F-8 microprocessor, Channel F was the first commercial game system to use game cartridges programmed with on Read-Only-Memory (ROM) chips. The attached document is a tri-fold flyer distributed to promote the Channel F System II after the product line was acquired by Zircon International Inc. in 1979. Donated by Alice Betz. 2 scanned pages.
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