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A > ATARI  > 4160 Ste


This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Atari  4160 Ste pong. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Friday 22nd April 2011
Malcolm Ramage (United Kingdon)
Atari Music Network

The machine itself is just a regular STe with 4 1MB Simms, which although expensive at the time, were quite commonplace.

The badges can be bought from eBay, so seeing one of these machine for sale is no guarantee that you are getting a ''Genuine'' developer example.

Saturday 24th April 2021
Byron Followell (United States)

The 4160STE was an actual machine produced by Atari, but it wasn''t sold to the public as such. It was a developer machine. That being said, it was nothing more than a standard 520 or 1040STE upgraded to 4MB. Atari also made the case badges available to the public for those that had upgraded their machines. I purchased a NOS 4160STE case badge for my 520STE that was upgraded to 4MB.

Tuesday 6th February 2018
RoninFourSeven (UK)

I own 2x 4160STEs, but as for provenance, they have none, since they have been assembled from parts bought from eBay and other sources. As has been said, a 4160STE is just a 520STE with 4MB RAM. You can even still buy original, NOS 4160STE case badges, so unless you have documentation that proves it to be something special, I wouldn''t take it as read that it''s anything other than an upgraded STE.

Thursday 25th December 2014
Joerg (Germany)

I own an origianl Atari 4160 STf Engineering Sample!

An 4160 STe never exists and is never sold in the World! Only the Type Stickers exists and were sold separately over the World!

Atari decide to produce only the Mega ST 1, 2 and 4 und the following Mega STe 1, 2 and 4!

So the 4160 STf is the only existing 1040 like ST with 4 Mb Ram on Board!


Saturday 23rd February 2013

The information displayed here is false. The 4160STE was sold in Europe and was not a developer only machine. Badges that say 4160STE on them can also be bought from a few retailers that still sell Atari related products so all you have to do is open any 520STE or 1040STE, upgrade it to 4 megs of RAM and change the badging to say 4160STE and voila! You are now the proud owner of a super rare "developer only" machine.

Monday 23rd July 2007
loaf (Sweden)

4 mb in 1988? sounds impressive?

Tuesday 19th April 2005
j4ck (ny)

anyone know how many of these were built? sounds pretty rare!

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