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Tiger Electronics; Vernon Hills, Illinois

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Name: Tiger Electronics; Vernon Hills, Illinois    (USA)  
Abbreviation: tiger
Products: Model types
Summary:

Tiger Electronics; Vernon Hills, Illinois.

Founded: 1978
Closed: 1998
History:
Extract from Wikipedia: Tiger Electronics is an American toy manufacturer, best known for its handheld LCD games, the Furby, and Giga Pets. When Tiger was an independent company, Tiger Electronics Inc., its headquarters were in Vernon Hills, Illinois. Randy Rissman and Roger Shiffman founded the company in 1978. It started with low-tech items like phonographs, but then began developing handheld electronic games and teaching toys. Prominent among these was "K28, Tiger's Talking Learning Computer", (1984) that was sold worldwide by K-Mart and other chain stores. Tiger also achieved success with many simple handheld electronics games like "Electronic Bowling" and other titles based on licenses, such as "RoboCop", "Terminator", and "Spider-Man". An early 90's hit was the variable speed portable cassette/microphone combo Talkboy (first seen in the 1992 movie Home Alone 2: Lost in New York),
Tiger Electronics has been part of the Hasbro toy company since 1998.

This manufacturer was suggested by Mike Edwards † 25.10.21.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  93 Talkboy Deluxe   Extract from Wikipedia: The Talkboy was originally conceived as a non working prop for the... 

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