From the collection Dr. David P. Chandler on the site http://papaintellivision.com/
The documents herein regard the Mattel Electronics Intellivision project ranging from its inception in 1977 until the end of Chandler's involvement with the company in 1983.
This document relates to a number of correspondences between Mattel and semiconductor company Motorola. The first two pages feature a letter from Stan Katz at Motorola to Mattel Electronics president Jeff Rochlis dated June 10th, 1980 regarding a personal meeting opportunity to improve relationships between the two companies. Pages 3 to 8 outline a meeting between Mattel and Motorola to take place on February 10 and 11, 1982 largely giving and outline on how the video game system functions.
Pages 7 and 8 specifically flesh out an explanation of their next generation graphics hardware, the MAGIC (Mattel Advanced Graphics Integrated Circuit). This system was proposed to run off of a Motorola 68000 microprocessor and featured built-in Videotex support. Pages 9 to 11 are a letter from Stav Prodromou of Mattel to Gary Johnson of Motorola from March 9th, 1982, outlining the stipulations of the relationship with Motorola for further development. It references a prior day meeting about the subject of Motorola with many larger business concerns in addition to the technical considerations.
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