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    Ninja The Magnavox Pocketvision

    Hey all,

    I was just watching some LGR today and came across this odd portable TV.

    Seems familiar, but I don't know why...
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    Genesis all the way!

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    Only one question, Why does it have a Game Gear logo on it?
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    Why indeed, I wonder which came first..

    Edit: if seems another portable TV carries a similar logo, the genexxa

    https://youtu.be/i8OhCdMysyI

    How peculiar
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    Memorex, not Magnavox?

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    Oh, my bad. I'll fix the title. Or not
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    That Red/Green/Blue splash has been on other stuff as well. I remember seeing it on some monitors and older Trinitrons. Wonder if it's part of any like consortium or something.
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