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console teardowns]]! teardowns]]. So far we've torn taken apart the Magnavox [guide|3531|Odyssey [guide|3531|Magnavox Odyssey 100] and the [guide|3527|RCA Studio II] -- the Atari 2600 is next! [ … ] Originally labeled as the Video Computer System (VCS), the Atari 2600 was released in 1977. By that time, microprocessor-based hardware had already become popularized with the Fairchild Chanel F, and the VCS was Atari's fist step toward that technology. [ … ] The system was originally released with all six switches on the front of the console, however, the console was redesigned in 1980 with only four of the switches on the front, and the other two on the back. The console featured here is a post-1980 model.
console teardowns]]! teardowns]]. So far we've torn taken apart the Magnavox [guide|3531|Odyssey [guide|3531|Magnavox Odyssey 100] and the [guide|3527|RCA Studio II] -- the Atari 2600 is next! [ … ] Originally labeled as the Video Computer System (VCS), the Atari 2600 was released in 1977. By that time, microprocessor-based hardware had already become popularized with the Fairchild Chanel F, and the VCS was Atari's fist step toward that technology. [ … ] The system was originally released with all six switches on the front of the console, however, the console was redesigned in 1980 with only four of the switches on the front, and the other two on the back. The console featured here is a post-1980 model.