After the acquisition of the RCA Studio III Intellectual properties by the Conic Group (康力集團), Conic reached out to various subsidiaries and other affiliates to distribute their newest console in various countries. The distribution in France was done through Soundic, one of Conic subsidiary specialized in video games as it already had a well-respected video game brand in France with Hanimex.
Both this console and the Victory Home TV Programmer (MPT-02) by Soundic used the same mold. Both consoles are only the only RCA Studio III systems with detachable controllers that could be replaced by proper joysticks (sold separately). The main difference between this console and the Victory Home TV Programmer (MPT-02), is that fact that this console didn’t come with any built-in games. Instead, the same four games that came built-in for all other RCA Studio III systems were put on a cartridge bundled with the system.
Because the system is bundled with a cartridge that included the built-in games of the other systems, this console is the only RCA Studio III systems with 14 cartridges.