The US version of the SNES/SFC revision was called the SNES mini. The Japanese version was called the Super Famicom Jr. No idea if there was a Euro version. I have a Super Famicom Jr., which I modded for S-video and RGB output (using a THS7374 board from voultar.com). With this mod, the RGB-out from this console is the best video signal available on any SNES/SFC console Nintendo ever made. The Super Famicom Jr. console (and presumably the SNES mini) was still made in Japan, but the controller that came with it lacked the usual printed script and was made in China. This might have been the first official Nintendo hardware made in China. These controllers, for example, were made in Japan.