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Atari made TV's?

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I was browsing eBay earlier and came across an Atari Jaguar kiosk. One of the pictures in the listing showed a photograph of the back of the kiosk, with a TV that had an Atari label on it. Did Atari make TVs or something back in the day?

 

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https://www.ebay.com/itm/Atari-Jaguar-DEMO-STATION-RARE-COLLECTOR-ITEM-GOOD-CONDITION/322507454131?hash=item4b16f136b3

 

 

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They made color monitors for their computers, they probably reused them for those kiosks.

Oh, that makes sense. I see that they didn't use RF for the hookup, although I'm sure a lot of folks back in the day likely were.

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Oh, that makes sense. I see that they didn't use RF for the hookup, although I'm sure a lot of folks back in the day likely were.

 

 

That is an SC1435. An Atari Falcon/TT Color Monitor (Analog RGB). A very nice monitor.

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On a side note, Atari Corp had plans to "make" their own televisions circa 1987 along with offering an Atari credit card. I think Federated's hidden financial problems caused them to nix those plans...

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I was browsing eBay earlier and came across an Atari Jaguar kiosk. One of the pictures in the listing showed a photograph of the back of the kiosk, with a TV that had an Atari label on it. Did Atari make TVs or something back in the day?

 

Here's the listing:

 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Atari-Jaguar-DEMO-STATION-RARE-COLLECTOR-ITEM-GOOD-CONDITION/322507454131?hash=item4b16f136b3

 

 

 

 

If you look really carefully in the first picture... can you spot the hipster?

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If you look really carefully in the first picture... can you spot the hipster?

 

:rolling: :rolling: :rolling: :rolling: :rolling:

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