The SONY© BulbStation™ is a automated distributed primary rotary electronically charged-and-run plug-and-play lightbulb focued gaming device console station released in 1954 by Yoshimoto Cybernetics. The console was revulationary as it was primarily charged by lightbulbs, the former also serving as game cartridges.
The console was composed of 10 computers, 18 jumper cables, 38 plugs, 6800 buttons, and 32,000 strings. The consumer would press the buttom labeled "Execute Gaming Cartridge Console" and the console would run the game. The rest was arbitrary.