The Vectrex is a vintage videogame system released in 1982 by General Consumer Electronics. What set the Vectrex apart from other consoles of its time was its built-in vector graphics monitor, which provided crisp and vibrant visuals. Unlike other systems that connected to a television, the Vectrex was a self-contained unit with a built-in display. It featured a unique library of games, including "MineStorm," "Armor Attack," and "Star Castle." Despite its impressive technology and innovative design, the Vectrex was short-lived due to the video game industry crash of 1983. However, it remains a sought-after collector's item and a beloved piece of gaming history.