The Supersketch is a drawing tablet that uses a sliding arm to give coordinates. It connects to the system through a specially designed cart, which also contains the program file. Four buttons at the top of the controller pad control the color selection and graphic functions of the pad. When the graphic is completed, the onscreen menu may be removed to let the graphic fill the screen. Graphics may be free-handed or traced from art clipped to the tablet. A notable feature is that it saves to cassette tape, which is a good thing for those who do complex art. It comes with a pack of beginner art, a quickstart guide, and a manual. It's model G2400. A corresponding version was made for the Colecovision.
Thanks to John Kade for the information and photo.