The Philips Videopac + G7400 was a console which had a limited released in Europe in 1883. It was the successor to the Philips Videopac G7000, the European version of the Magnavox Odyssey². It was going to be released in the USA as the Magnavox Odyssey³ or the Magnavox Odyssey³ Command Center but it never saw the light of day.
The console was backwards compatible and could play all Philips Videopac G7000 games.
The G7400 came with a full mechanical keyboard, unlike the membrane style keyboard it’s predecessor had. It used the same Intel 8048 CPU which the G7000 had used, running at the same clock speed of 1.79 MHz. However, the RAM and ROM had both been increased to 16kb. Resolution had also been increased to 256×192 pixels.
The machine was apparently displayed at the 1983 Consumer Electronics Show though Phillips thought that the machine wasn’t powerful enough to against the established consoles which were around at the time so it was pulled. Considering the state the games industry was in around 1983, it was probably a wise decision.