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CABEL ELECTRONIC: HISTORY OF THE BERGAMO COOPERATIVE IN THE FORGOTTEN CONSOLE WAR

Andrea Contato



 

Operating between 1971 and 2002, Cabel (later Cabel Electronic ) was an Italian company based in Curno, Bergamo operating in the audiovisual equipment and video game console industry. Between 1977 and 1984, Cabel Electronic produced seven different consoles, selling hundreds of thousands of copies both in Italy and abroad, mainly in West Germany, France and Spain.


Telegioca, Telegun, Teleboy, Lem 2000, Universal Game Computer, TelesTar and Sirius. Today, they are sought-after items by collectors, but little is known about the company that produced them. Until now.


Written after five years of field research and information gathering, this book tells the forgotten story. The foundation, rise and fall of Cabel Electronic and the first console war fought in Italy between some national and foreign companies, including Zanussi, Reel, Polistil, Atari and Commodore.

 

PUBLICATION DETAILS

LANGUAGE

BINDING

EDITION

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YEAR

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Italian

eBook

N/A

2023

300

Italian

Paperback

TBD

2023

300

OTHER NAMES

  • Cabel Eectronic - Storia della cooperativa bergamasca nella console war dimenticata

 

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Publishers: #SelfPublished

Languages: #Italian

Year: #Year2023


Companies:

#Atari (Atari)

#CabelElectronic (Cabel Electronic)

#Commodore (Commodore)

#Polistil (Polistil S.p.A.)

#Reel (Reel)

#Zanussi (Zanussi)


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