The HMG-7900 is a low budget console which was released in Europe in 1983. It was released by Hanimex, a British company who had released a version of the 1292 Advanced Programmable Video System in the 70s. It was originally released in France though it was later released in other European countries (though usually as another name such as the Soundic Soundicvision SD-200 in Scandinavia).
The system was housed in a grey case. At the bottom right handcorner of the console was the power switch. Above that were 3 large switches: Reset, Game Select and Game Start. The cartridge slot was to the left and below that was a space for the bundled wired controller (there was a port for a second controller). The controller had 2 action buttons, a paddle styled dial and a joystick.
From a hardware point of view, the system was identical to the Rollet Videocolor, another low budget console which was produced in Asia. The system used a NEC D779C 300 CPU and could display 8 colours on a measly 60×52 pixel resolution.
In total 11 cartridges were released for the system including Pac-Man (which came with the system), Missile Command and Breakout. The games look like poor quality versions of titles from the Epoch Cassette Vision, and the cartridges looked very similar too. Though apparently, this is simply a coincidence.