The Tomy Pyuuta (which means "Computer dude") debuted in 1981 as a learning computer. It sold semi-decently, However the inability of the machine to handle written Japanese branded the console as a "toy computer." And so Tomy decided to one up the nay-sayers and repackaged the machine as a scaled down game console (above.) Way to stick it to'em there Tomy.
System has pretty good capabilites and decent looking games. Sadly this machine was totally bootie-stomped by the Famicom in 1984. Known in America as the Tomy Tutor and Europe as the Grandstand Tutor.