A boxed Microvision hand held games console with three games cartridges. The Microvision was the first handheld games console to use interchangeable cartridges. It was designed by Jay Smith and released by the Milton Bradley Compay in 1979 and was discontinued in 1983. It has a small, 16 x 16 pixel LCD (liquid crystal display) screen. This example is accompanied by three games cartridges: Block Buster (1979), Shooting Star (1979) and See-Duell (1980). The printed text on the box is German.