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|[http://www.xl-project.com/ Atari++ emulator]
 
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==Models==
 
==Models==
 
===[[wikipedia:Atari_8-bit_family#400/800_release|Atari 400]]===
 
===[[wikipedia:Atari_8-bit_family#400/800_release|Atari 400]]===
The Atari 400 was released in November of 1979 and retailed for <abbr title="$1,660.33 in 2018 money">$500</abbr>. It had a 6502 CPU at 1.79 MHz with 4KB of RAM. It had 3 graphics modes, a 24 X 40 text, 160 x 96 with 128 colors, and 320 x 192 in B&W.
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The Atari 400 was released in November of 1979 and retailed for $500 ($1,660.33 in 2018 money). It had a 6502 CPU at 1.79 MHz with 4KB of RAM. It had 3 graphics modes, a 24 X 40 text, 160 x 96 with 128 colors, and 320 x 192 in B&W.
  
 
===[[wikipedia:Atari_8-bit_family#400/800_release|Atari 800]]===
 
===[[wikipedia:Atari_8-bit_family#400/800_release|Atari 800]]===
The Atari 800 was released in November of 1979 alongside the Atari 400. It retailed for <abbr title="$3,320.49 in 2018 money">$999.95</abbr> with a 6502 CPU at 1.8 MHz and 8KB of RAM. It had the same graphics modes as the Atari 400.
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The Atari 800 was released in November of 1979 along side the Atari 400. It retailed for $999.95 ($3,320.49 in 2018 money) with a 6502 CPU at 1.8 MHz and 8KB of RAM. It had the same graphics modes as the Atari 400.
  
 
===[[wikipedia:Atari_8-bit_family#1200XL|Atari 1200XL]]===
 
===[[wikipedia:Atari_8-bit_family#1200XL|Atari 1200XL]]===
The Atari 1200XL was released in March of '83 and retailed for <abbr title="$2,314.42 in 2018 money">$899</abbr> with a 6502C CPU at 1.79 MHz. It had 64KB of RAM with 5 text modes, with the max being 40x24 and the min being 20x12, and 12 graphics modes, with the max being 320x192.
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The Atari 1200XL was released in March of '83 and retailed for $899 ($2,314.42 in 2018 money) with a 6502C CPU at 1.79 MHz. It had 64KB of RAM with 5 text modes, with the max being 40x24 and the min being 20x12, and 12 graphics modes, with the max being 320x192.
  
 
===[http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?st=1&c=27 Atari 600 XL]===
 
===[http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?st=1&c=27 Atari 600 XL]===
The Atari 600 XL was released in December of '84 and retailed for <abbr title="$499.55 in 2018 money">$208.71</abbr> with the 6502C CPU at 1.79 MHz with 16KB of RAM.
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The Atari 600 XL was released in December of '84 and retailed for $208.71 ($499.55 in 2018 money) with the 6502C CPU at 1.79 MHz with 16KB of RAM.
  
 
===[http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?st=1&c=27 Atari 800 XL]===
 
===[http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?st=1&c=27 Atari 800 XL]===
The Atari 800 XL was released in December of '84 alongside the Atari 600 XL and had the same CPU has the 600 XL but with 64KB of RAM.
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The Atari 800 XL was released in December of '84 along side the Atari 600 XL and had the same CPU has the 600 XL but with 64KB of RAM.
  
 
===[[wikipedia:Atari XEGS|Atari XEGS]]===
 
===[[wikipedia:Atari XEGS|Atari XEGS]]===
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The '''Atari XE Video Game System''' (XEGS) was based on Atari's 8-bit 65XE computer and released in the Fall of '87. It was retailed for <abbr title="$348.47 in 2018 money">$159</abbr> and had a 6502C CPU at 1.79 MHz with 64KB of RAM. The operating system for most of the XEGS units is called the XE ROM revision C. That specification is the same as any other Atari computer (i.e. 800/XL/XE) that had that ROM, which is usually why no separate software was needed to emulate this console's hardware. The XEGS is backward compatible with the Atari 8-bit computer software library. The console could be turned into a computer with its specially designed keyboard and, while in computer mode, use most of the peripherals released for Atari's 8-bit computer line.
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The '''Atari XE Video Game System''' (XEGS) was based on Atari's 8-bit 65XE computer and released in the Fall of '87. It was retailed for $159 ($348.47 in 2018 money) and had a 6502C CPU at 1.79 MHz with 64KB of RAM. The operating system for most of the XEGS units is called the XE ROM revision C. That specification is the same as any other Atari computer (i.e. 800/XL/XE) that had that ROM, which is usually why no separate software was needed to emulate this console's hardware. The XEGS is backward compatible with the Atari 8-bit computer software library. The console could be turned into a computer with its specially designed keyboard and, while in computer mode, use most of the peripherals released for Atari's 8-bit computer line.
  
 
=====Emulators=====
 
=====Emulators=====

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