Radofin Electronics Ltd. was a consumer electronics manufacturer based in King Street, London.
The company was founded on 1974 by Laurie Scott, Laurie Scott Jr. and Ken Scott, and went into liquidation on August 1991.
Initially, the company sold a range of calculators under the Radofin and Triton names, then went on to sell several second generation game consoles and finally, designed computers and peripherals.
- Triton 8
- Triton 1000
- Triton 1200
- Triton 1400
- Radofin 8P
- Radofin 870
- Radofin 1515
- Radofin 1525
- Radofin 1610 "Valuman"
- Radofin 1630
- Radofin 1640
- Radofin 1660
- Radofin 1720
- Radofin 1750
- Radofin 2200 style 1
- Radofin 2200 style 2
- Radofin 2560
- Radofin SR1630
- 1292 Advanced Programmable Video System (1976)
- 1392 Advanced Programmable Video System (1976)
- Electronic TV Game
- Tele-Sports (1977), pong console, 4 games, AY-3-8500 chips
- Tele-sports III (1978), pong cartridge console (AY-3-8 ???). Each cartridge could contain 10 selectable games.
- Tele-sports IV (1978), pong cartridge console (AY-3-8 ???). Each cartridge could contain 10 selectable games.
- Tele-Sports Mini (1977), portable pong console, 4 games, AY-3-8500 chips
- SC Eight Thousand (SG8000) (1977), identical to Tele-Sports
- Electronic TV Game Tele-sport 10 (1978) pong console, 10 games, based on the AY-3-8610 chip
- Color TV Game (1979) pong console, 10 games, based on the AY-3-8610 chip
- Mattel Aquarius
- Dragon MSX