Poking through some more odd stuff... Found some interesting things:
Coleco Quiz Wiz Challenger:http://www.handheldmuseum.com/Z_Imgs/MESS/Coleco_QuizWizChallenger_CPU.jpg
TMS1000, but socketed for our convenience...
Milton Bradley Arcade Mania (board game with an electronic device) :http://www.handheldmuseum.com/Z_Imgs/MESS/MB_ArcadeMania_CPU.jpg
Mattel Computer Backgammon (LCD game)http://www.handheldmuseum.com/Z_Imgs/MESS/Mattel_ComputerBackgammon_CPU.jpg
Just labeled T6753 1777-9339 (Toshiba I assume...)
Mattel Diet Trac (an LCD weight-loss calculator basically...)http://www.handheldmuseum.com/Z_Imgs/MESS/Mattel_DietTrac_CPU.jpg
I found these interesting:
Mattel Horse Race Analyzer:http://www.handheldmuseum.com/Z_Imgs/MESS/Mattel_HorseRaceAnalyzer_CPU.jpg
TMS1100 with an LCD driver chip (looks like a Hughes chip)
This was sold by Mattel for a while, and when they stopped selling it, the inventors bought it back from them and sold it under their own name: AHTI
Their version looks like the same on the outside, but this is the board in it:http://www.handheldmuseum.com/Z_Imgs/MESS/AHTI_HorseRaceAnalyzer_CPU.jpg
Obviously completely redesigned... Mattel's version came out in 1979 or so, the AHTI came out around 1994, so I assume that had a lot to do with it... I was just surprised to see it so radically different...
Don't know what's dumpable of all that, but thought I'd share...