This is a dark gray, hard shell plastic cover with silver trim that fits over the game console. Vid-Lid Plus units were made for several classic systems, including one produced specifically for the Odyssey². Vid-Lids have a slot to store game manuals and a larger recessed area that holds cartridges.
A storage center for Videopac games. Marco Kerstens describes it as a "white cardboard box with black grip and lock... 14 × 22 × 38 centimeters." It contains a black tray to hold 10 games; without the tray the box can hold up to 15 games. "Philips Videopac Cassette Box" is written on it in black. Some Cassette Boxes have a diagonal red sticker on them that contains Dutch writing. The word "GRATIS" ("free") appears in large white letters. I'm not sure what the story is behind these "Gratis" boxes.
Another storage center for Videopac games that is similar to the Cassette Box, but made of hard plastic rather than cardboard. It contains a black tray similar to the Cassette Box's. The Collecting Box is very rare; it was apparently sold for a very limited time, perhaps only in Austria. An advertisement for it appears in a 1985 issue of "G7000 Club News," the Austrian Videopac club magazine. The ad urges the reader to go to "your specialist dealer," which suggests that the Collecting Box was sold in stores. The legend across the lid of the box reads "The play – and learning world in the TV."
A hardshell, black plastic suitcase-style carrying case for a G7000 and accessories. The interior contains berths for the console, joysticks, and cords. The outside features Philips logos and the legend "G7000 HOME VIDEO COMPUTER GAME." I suspect this item may have been available only in the UK, but this is unconfirmed. A very cool piece!
Now here's an odd item. It's a drawstring bag made of cloth, featuring a red line drawing of the Wizard of Odyssey working his magic over a console. "The Keyboard the Key" slogan appears beneath the picture. Indications are that this item was given out by Philips at the Consumer Electronics Show, probably in 1982.
These were given out at a Consumer Electronics Show (probably 1981) to tie in with the "$1,000,000 Money Machine" contest being presented at the Magnavox booth. It's a small, white cloth (perhaps canvas) drawstring bag. It features a green drawing of a moneybag that says "$1,000,000" and "Money Machine" over the word ODYSSEY².