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[* black] Atari 2600, with AC adapter and iconiccon l'alimentatore e il joystick controllerche ha fatto storia.
[* black] Does the 2600 have a hardwood finish? You are correct sir[link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ed_McMahon|Ma ha veramente le finiture in legno?Si![link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ed_McMahon|!]
[* black] Atari 2600, with AC adapter and iconiccon l'alimentatore e il joystick controllerche ha fatto storia.
[* black] Does the 2600 have a hardwood finish? You are correct sir[link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ed_McMahon|Ma ha veramente le finiture in legno?Si![link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ed_McMahon|!]
[* black] Video game consoles these days may not have a sense of home decor, but [http://www.go-asus.com/bamboo/index.html?gclid=CJP99tbF5KMCFQVcagodrlbr7Q|some computer companies] still believe in the aesthetics of wood paneling.
[* black] At its release, the 2600 sold for $199. In today's coin, that's $696. In comparison, the launch model of [[Topic:PlayStation_3|PlayStation 3]] cost only $599. Prices are coming down!
[* black] As soon as users figured out that the Atari 2600 could play more games [link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atari_2600#Launch_and_success|than just Pong], the 2600 became massively successful. It went from selling 250,000 consoles in 1977 to 1 million units in 1979.