Apparently Phillips/Magnavox had a much better time selling the Odyssey 2 in Europe than it did in the U.S.A. This machine gained quite a loyal following there (particularly France) mainly due to the fact that the Atari 2600 and Intellivision didn't make their debut into Europe until the early 80's which gave other companies time to sell their own (cheesier) game consoles. France seems to have embraced this particular machine as there are several different Odyssey 2 clones, including some strange ones which have their own built in monitors (like the Jopac N60.) Apparently the 3DO approach was taken as far as marketing, with several different companies making different models with varying capabilites.
Everything looks like standard Odyssey 2 here, down to the el-cheapo membrane keyboard and the ugly handles on the cartridges, however most of these machines have controllers that are detachable, so at least there's some improvement to be had. Import Jopac games are in PAL format but work fine on American Odyssey 2 systems because the console is too primitive to notice. Thing is the French stuff seems to cost an arm and a leg for some reason.