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    Atari VCS internals, PCB, pictured and discussed

    However, there are worries that the project could collapse as the system architect quits.
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    Re: Atari VCS internals, PCB, pictured and discussed

    Would like to know more about the payment story and what both sides really are. Might be a while before we get that but considering the upgradability of that unit, i could see a fair people buying these to hack and make use as home theatre or various other means. Depends how well it runs and what the final price is in the end though.

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    Re: Atari VCS internals, PCB, pictured and discussed

    Maybe they could bundle Star Citizen with it.

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    Re: Atari VCS internals, PCB, pictured and discussed

    Thats what you get when you have a toxic work environment, and there are many bad so called "leaders" out there that can ruin any work place.
    Not forgetting the regular joe on the floor which can do the same but on a smaller scale.

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