The Interact Family Computer was produced by Interact Electronics Inc. of Ann Arbot, Michigan in 1979. Only a few thousand units were produced before the company ceased operation. The design was then produced in France under the name "Victor Lambda" and later "Hector".
The Interact Family Computer was donated by "der Mouse".
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The complete Interact Family Computer.
Closeup of the console/keyboard.
A clear winner of the "plainest computer back panel" award - this machine has NO connectors on the back - The only two connections (power and video) are hard-wired cables.
Left side view. The only external connector on the machine (aside from the two joystick connetors on the front) is this serial port.
Information label on bottom of machine.
The Interact Family Computer mainboard - this is a spare board that I received with the machine.
The Interact Family Computer keyboard assembly - this is an extra keyboard that I received with the machine.
The Interact Family Computer tape drive - these are two extra drives that I received with the machine.
The Interact Family Computer software collection - this is a fairly extension library of Interact software on cassette tape.