Before the Nintendo Entertainment System, there was the “Advanced Video System” (AVS), which was one of Nintendo’s earliest Famicom-like concepts for the North American market. This console was publicly shown at CES in 1985 — consisting of a keyboard, gamepads, joystick, light gun, and data storage unit. Surprisingly enough, all the components featured wireless technology via infrared. Click here for more pictures.

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