In 1982, General Consumer Electronics released the Vectrex, a unique console featuring a built-in monitor, controller, and vector line graphics. Retailing for $199, the system was easily portable and was a big hit in homes with only one television. However, in just 2 short years the system was dead. What happened to this unique console and why? This episode of The Gaming Historian takes a look at the development of the Vectrex, it’s tragic ending, and the loyal following it has today.