Vtech's 1988 CreatiVision followup. Several built-in games. It had a wireless keyboard and 2 controllers. 2 cartridge ports (cart & expansion)
The first video game about Vtech Socrates was released in 1988.
Vtech has published all these games
The 1-button, 4-directional controllers were wired to the keyboard and the whole unit communicated with the console via IR. Various expansions were available for the Socrates. There was a wireless mouse & pad. A similar pen & touchpad for use with overlays. There was a voice module for the expansion slot. It was released in the USA, Europe and Taiwan. It was possible sold in Canada as well. In Europe (and possibly Taiwan) it was know as Yeno Professor Weiss-Alles.