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! WILL SELL!
This computer was purchased December 1st, 1983 by Mr. Knebels at K-MART in PA. (Original receipt included!)
Sometime in June 1986 a 48K ram expansion was added, as seen on the stickers.
This little 400 sold late in the game and during the video game crash.
The serial number on the box and on the computer match. The box (included) is in really good condition, the owner left the plastic around it which preserved it.
If there was any styrofoam it’s long gone.
This 400 is in very good condition considering it’s age. I have not cleaned it because I wanted the plastic to be preserved as much as possible. Looking under the “hood” you can see the case has retained it’s original color. It had a round “48K” sticker on the “hood” but has been lost, the smudge is still there from the glue.
I have not opened this computer
, it works so there was no need.
RF output is good. See pictures.
Keyboard works good,but remember it’s a membrane keyboard and not pleasant for typing.
SIO and joystick ports work just fine. Save and load from disk works. All keys on the keyboard work.
This is ATARI’s first home computer (1979) and came back in 1983(?) disguised as the 5200 video game machine.
Will be double boxed to protect original box.
This sale is for the Atari 400 computer, it’s original box and receipt.
No accessories included.
Will be shipped via FedEx. If you do not see shipping auto calculated, I tell you now that it will be approx. $20 to $50 depending on your location.
I do not ship outside continental United States. No returns.