The Video Arcade System (VAS) is an unreleased home console that was appeared as a prototype in the 1983 Consumer Electronics Show by Ultravision with the slogan:
It's a COMPUTER, It's a COLOR TV, It's an ARCADE.
The console was supposed to have combined functionalities similar to a computer, a colored TV and a gaming device. However, the Video Arcade System never launched into the market.
Video Arcade System supposed to function with its own cartridges and have also the ability to support ColecoVision and Atari 2600 games. The console supposed to have a 10 inches screen, two controllers with a 16-direction joystick each, some buttons and a headphone jack. The console could have AC or DC as a power source, making it portable. The home computer system had 64k of RAM which could be activated with an optional master keyboard.