Another clone in the 1292 family, with comparable machines including the Rollet Videocolor, Interton VC 4000, Voltamce database, and machines from Soundic, Rowton, and others.
Europe and Asia didn't see the immediate release of the Atari 2600 and Intellivision in the early 80's, which allowed indie companies to produce their own (crappier) consoles. The various machines all use off the shelf parts and are technically capable of running each other's software, but they are not necessarily "clones" of each other, as each company made minor adjustments to the internals thus making most of them unique game machines. Graphics on these machines are really primitive, in some cases even below 2600 quality (yikes!) Pretty rare to find something like this nowadays. This console was released at least in Britain.