The Studio II was a video game console introduced by RCA in 1977.
Rather than joysticks it had two ten button keypads built-in to the unit, making two-player games difficult. It only showed black and white graphics, and sound consisted of simple beeps from within the console itself.
As well as five built-in games, ten cartridge games were available on the US market.
It was discontinued in 1979.
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