Do you remember those old Atari computers manufactured between 1979 and 1992? If you were a teenager in that period you certainly remember them if not, we’ll briefly introduce them to you. Why were they so special? Because the Atari 8-bit family were the first home computers on the MOS Technology 6502 CPU. Since it was such an amazing technology for that time, the Atari 8-bit computer line sold around 4 million units. The original machines, the one we all remember were models 400 and 800, also known as Candy and Colleen. The main difference between the two, was that Candy was known as a hybrid game console while Colleen was a computer. They set the standard for the following Atari computer models. Each one of them brought new features as you can see in the picture below.
All in all, when you think about the Atari products you immediately feel the nostalgia for that time and I believe that given the opportunity you would play one more Atari game just for the sake of it.