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Electronic label for use on the HyperFlash32's e-ink screen.
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In the nineties, Canadian company VidPro made game retail displays that were used at a number of retailers, most notably Toys'R'Us. The system was simple: instead of read more… In the nineties, Canadian company VidPro made game retail displays that were used at a number of retailers, most notably Toys'R'Us. The system was simple: instead of the actual game boxes, VidPro displays had cards showing the boxart for every title the store sold, which the Customers could browse. If they wanted to make a purchase, they grabbed a slip of paper and brought it up to the cashier to receive the actual game. Due to VidPro cards being produced prior to a game's retail release, there were cards made for unreleased games in rare occasions. For the Virtual Boy, a Dragon Hopper card exists.