Toys of the Eighties, TeamMate
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This was a toy computer with an (at least 4x4, maybe as large as 8x8) LED grid, two 8 segment LED character displays (like on old calculators), and a hexadecimal keypad. You could type in a "program" of hex characters to get it to play simple games on the LED grid.
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adam - October 25, 2007 - Report this comment
That was the worst, most boring toy in the history of the world. You had to spend 30 minutes programming the thing to play tic-tac-toe, every time (because there was no hard drive). I hated that thing.
Joe - January 20, 2014 - Report this comment
One of the first programmable toys, and one of the first computers games sold
Fu - April 23, 2017 - Report this comment
My first real computer. Fascinated me beyond belief. I wish there had been some info on how to actually program it, but nada - just typing in the hex codes. Still, I enjoyed this quite a bit. I wish I could find info on it now as to what the processor/instruction set was, etc.

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