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Friday 18th February 2011

theres an easier way to not youse d-cell type batteries, simply rewire the compartment from the other side and rig a 9-volt plug on to it and that works for it (mine had a corroded compartment) and it works fine now~

Monday 28th March 2005
j4ck (us)

i still have one, and it still works, once i find enough of the giant d-cell batteries to fill it. hours of mind-numbing retro fun!

Wednesday 19th February 2003
Paul Pijuan (Toronto)

Wow, I used to have one of these! It was GREAT! I currently also have my original Atari 400, Apple II+, Mac SE, and 286. Does anyone know where I can buy of these. Awesome!! Thanks,


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