Released in the early 1990s the IQ-1000 was one of a number of consoles released as Nintendo Famicom/NES clones by the company Micro Genius. It's pretty basic visually and clearly made on a tight budget.
They were traditionally sold in the Middle East and parts of Asia where Nintendo didn't already have an established sales presence.
The IQ-1000 was the last in the IQ line** and it had all the bells and whistles. It was as if Micro Genius looked at the Famicom and thought 'what's all the junk that the Famicom doesn't have that could boost sales' and then stuffed it all into the IQ-1000.
From looking at the components it seems that this unit, if it was to retail in much of the Western world, would have needed some RF shielding for it to gain FFC certification.
The manual lists a number of accessories, a light gun, keyboard, and 'other' but I've not found any evidence that they were ever released. I'm guessing the light gun would be the Nintendo Zapper if compatible.
In addition, the above mentioned RF Switch might not have actually been included with the IQ-1000 as there didn't seem to be anywhere in the foam packaging where it could have been stored for shipping.
** Other Micro Genius models included; IQ-201, IQ-301, IQ-501, IQ-502, IQ-701 and the IQ-901.
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