From West Elmira Computers Museum
|Type||Subsidiary of Dixons Group Plc|
|Founded||1979 (stopped operating in 1981)|
|Key people||Stanley Kalms, president|
|Industry||video games, video game consoles|
|Products||video games, video game consoles|
Acetronic was short for Advanced Consumer Electronics, Ltd., and was based in London, England.
Advanced Consumer Electronics, Ltd. was a wholly owned subsidiary of Dixons Group Plc that began operation in 1979 and ceased operation in 1981.
Video game systems by Acetronic
|Name||Year released||Added to museum||Notes|
March 22, 2018
|The MPU-1000 was based on the Radofin 1292 Advanced Programmable Video System.|
The MPU-2000 was based on the Radofin 1293 Advanced Programmable Video System.
The only major difference is that the power supply is outside the system in the MPU-1000 and inside the system in the MPU-2000.
|Tele-Sports IV||1979||Not yet||Based on the Radofin Tele-Sports IV.|