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    First batch of Atari VCS consoles to exit factory this month

    Light at the end of the tunnel, two years after the project launched on Indiegogo.
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    Re: First batch of Atari VCS consoles to exit factory this month

    I like the idea of these but that's just too much considering you could build a decent ITX system with more powerful APU for not much more.
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    Re: First batch of Atari VCS consoles to exit factory this month

    Quote Originally Posted by cheesemp View Post
    I like the idea of these but that's just too much considering you could build a decent ITX system with more powerful APU for not much more.
    Looks like my post was removed? not sure why?

    I agree. PS5 and Xbox Series X are only months away, and this Atari system is weaker than current gen.
    I suppose it at least has the pc functionality, but I can't really see that saving this system.

    I agree with you, given the price, you could just get a more powerful system, without the "branding".

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