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Tatung Television (Venus Series) ABOUT >>
Size: 75 x 50 x 100 cm
Producer / Author: Tatung Co./Taiwan 
Source: Museum Collection 
Description: In 1973, Sampo Co. promoted their color television “Napoleon” to the market and became very popular. In an effort to fight for the market share, Tatung soon introduced a more deluxe version of television and named it “Venus,” the mythological goddess, to compete with Napoleon. Tatung’s Venus was hugely popular, too.
 
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