Few people have heard of it, yet many consider John Blankenbaker's KENBAK-1 to be the first commercial personal computer.

Koss introduced these headphones over 40 years ago, and they remain affordable favorites to this day.

Atari Week Recap

Atari keychains
Thanks for making Atari Week our most successful seven days ever. The Retro Thing video game archive is filled to the rafters with Atari stuff that we didn't have time to mention. Recent Atari-flavored posts include the seriously trippy Atari Video Music, a look at the original home version of Pong, some less famous members of the Atari family, the first 2600 clone, homebrew 2600 games, the Lynx handheld, the cartridge-based Atari 800 home computer, and the questionably legal Vidco Copy Cart.

You should also check out the Retro Thing Top Ten Retrocomputers list, which highlights ten retro-flavored machines that you can still purchase today, including a Sinclair ZX81 kit, DEC PDP-8 clone, the IMSAI Series II and more. And - before I forget - reader Chad M. sent us a link to some awesome miniature Atari keychain games. They're only $9.99 each, and I'm thinking of buying a handful as Christmas prezzies.


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