What's your favorite classic Atari System?

1977-1983 were some of the best years ever, and brought us the 2600, 5200, Intellivision, Colecovision, Vectrex, and many others

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If computers count, the Atari 8-bit line are serious contenders. Always liked them better than the Commodore 64/128. To me, they were easier too.
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It was rumored that Atari made those computers just so you could play games on them. Because back then, computers were considered boring, adult things.
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This question would be extremely tough if Atari computers were an accepted choice. I 've my Atari 8-bit and STe line of computers. :atari-logo:
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