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Atari 400

The Atari 400 Basic Computer was released in 1979 and was aimed at more at kids, rather than adults. The Atari 400 was nicknamed Candy and was a 8 bit computer without a monitor port. It was released with 8k RAM that progressed to 16k RAM and the upgradeable 48k RAM pack. The computer contained four controller ports, a membrane type keyboard and a hard wired RF switch. Contained a cartridge slot 'left'.

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Back right of the Atari 400 shows the Channel 3/4 Switch

Right side of the Atari 400:

I/O Output
On/Off Switch
Power Output

Front of the Atari 400 showing the 4 controller ports

The top lifts up to uncover the cartridge slot for the system.
Sample Atari computer game cartridge.
Sample Big Five Software cartridge for Atari computers
Sample Controller Tip

Sample Power Tip

Input: 120V 60Hz 50W
Output: 9V AC 31 VA


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