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Posted by: chrisNova777
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Atari Falcon030 (1992)
The 32-bit Falcon030 was Atari's very last stab at the personal computer market before the company shut down its PC division to focus entirely on its upcoming Jaguar game console. The $1299 Falcon030 incorporated a 16MHz 68030 CPU, an internal IDE hard drive, advanced graphics modes, and--most impressively--the ability to both output and digitize CD-quality audio. The Falcon030 fared well with the same MIDI-sequencing crowd that had previously adopted the Atari ST platform, but it failed to attract people deeply entrenched in Microsoft's software ecosystem. Due to its quirky, spunky design, the Falcon030 is a favorite among Atari diehards today.