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Unboxing a 1984 Atari Peripheral, 25 Years Later 154

Posted by timothy
from the depreciation-appreciation dept.
Harry writes "When you come across a 1984 Atari Touch Tablet for sale cheap--in the original, unopened box--it would be a crime against computer history not to buy it, open it, install it, and use it, and to document the whole process with photos and commentary."
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Unboxing a 1984 Atari Peripheral, 25 Years Later

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