The purpose for the existence of this machine escapes me. I believe it's a unit that let's you place titles on video (like opening or closing credits, or subtitles.) But it's also got a built in Famicom. Why someone would feel the need to mix video editing with a games console is beyond me.
Due to different TV standards, only the most technical savy of you people will get the titler function of this console to work outside of Japan. Apparently, you can write words straight onto the screen with the little touchpad, and among other things change the size and color of titles with the buttons on the left. On the back is an RF hookup to plug your video camera into, as well as S-Video out (this console seems to be the only Famicom version with this function.) Also becasue of the added features this console has unusually high power consmuption (230 volts, so you'll need a step down converter.)
Made by Sharp, who also made various other Famicom clones combined with other electronics (like TVs, VCRs, etc.) Not too rare that you can't find one, expect to pay at least $150.