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    Ataribox - Concept



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    Man that is style with a capital "S" ... :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gungho3D View Post
    Man that is style with a capital "S" ... :-)
    Thank you for your kind words.


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    Really nice. Congrats!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAUROCOR View Post
    Really nice. Congrats!
    Thanks man.


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    Was thinking about modelling one, but you have been faster. Looks very nice!

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    would definitely have bought it  
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    Thanks guys. I can't wait to have a look at the real thing: https://ataribox.com/


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    nice, kind of a mix of the game system and the 400/800 computer, with a modern touch. be interesting to see what the hardware and price are.

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