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    Ataribox

    http://www.pcgamer.com/ataris-pc-tec...ffer-pcgamertw

    Suppose to have support for old and new games from Atari. Two HDMI ports and four USB ports and SD card support. Going by the tiny picture looks like a Ethernet port for internet as well. I don't see any cartridge slots or DVD tray. Guess all SD cards or downloads. Article suggests its gonna be like the mini NES. 4 USB ports could be controllers or keyboards or maybe even external HDD support?

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    It's interesting, sounds like downloading games only. Having all the old Atari games, then if it sells well, some modern games, price point needs to be 200 or lower for it to sell.
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    Quote Originally Posted by redsox12 View Post
    It's interesting, sounds like downloading games only. Having all the old Atari games, then if it sells well, some modern games, price point needs to be 200 or lower for it to sell.

    Probably needs to be around $60.

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpSKPdOVYKg


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=5WNsmCpdhhY

    Hard to say if Atari could make a comeback. If its the only company making games for it then its dead on arrival. It needs games like Battlefield and COD and PUBG and all the sports games to make a comeback.

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    http://www.pcgamer.com/ataribox-will...ffer-pcgamertw


    Price point is some where around $250-$300. AMD custom processor and Radeon graphics.

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