RCA's Studio II is another early programmable system. It has a small game library, including games like Baseball, Tennis, and Hockey. The games Bowling, Freeway, Patterns, Doodles, and Math are built-in. Its cartridges have data connectors only on one side of the board. It produces monochrome graphics and today is regarded mostly as a novelty to collectors. It originally sold for $149.95 with game cartridges going for $14.95 to $19.95.
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