The Atari 400 Mini, new retro console

Gaming machines from the 70s and 80s continue to come back to the forefront, this time with the Atari 400 computer (and some of its successors).

After a few vintage computers (C64 then Amiga), the Retro Games company continues to offer miniaturized versions of the video game glories of yesteryear with this time The 400 Mini, emulating the Atari 400 computer that appeared in 1979. Under the shape of a keyboard faithful to the original model but inoperative, it connects via HDMI for 720p resolution and runs at 50 Hz or 60 hertz.

The Atari 400 Mini, compatible with Atari 800, Atari XL, Atari XE and Atari XE, as well as those of the 5200 console. Speaking of which, The 400 Mini includes 25 classic Atari games (including Berzerk, Lee, Millipede, Miner 2049er, MULE and Star Raiders II), and you can play yours via USB stick (few other ways than to download them more or less legally on the internet on the other hand).

Joystick The CX-Stick and infinite backups££££

The device comes with a joystick The CX-Stick, improved copy of the original CX-40 model, and it is possible to save at any time, or do a quick rewind of 30 seconds, to face these titles whose difficulty is also from another era . Available on March 28 at the indicative price of 115 euros.