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Smith Engineering/Western Technologies was a videogame company started by Jay Smith, an engineer who was previously an employee at Mattel. The company proposed and developed the Vectrex gaming system for GCE, which was subsequently purchased by Milton Bradley. Later, the company developed games for other consoles, including the Sega Genesis and the Sony PlayStation.
- Vectrex history at Vectrex Museum Contains the CGE '99 (Classic Gaming Expo) audio of a talk given by the original team that designed the Vectrex.
- Vectrex timeline
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