The VCS is a completely new Atari connected device, designed in California by Atari. The company has partnered with AMD who provides the Atari VCS custom processor with Radeon Graphics Technology. The Atari VCS platform will offer support for 4K resolution, HDR and 60FPS content, onboard and expandable storage options, dual-band WiFi and Bluetooth 5.0, as well as USB 3.0 support.

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The biggest surprise: They're doing an IndieGoGo campaign. I realize it's not shipping until 2019 but have they announced any upcoming titles? P.S. You can play Joust, Gauntlet, Paperboy, and thousands of other classic arcade games for free in your browser here.
@rrhoover 4K resolution on crappy atari graphics makes no sense
In the third photo, the dude is playing with an Xbox controller. LOL.
@ben_djbk_kalish Well it supports Bluetooth 5.0....My guess is that you can use any controller that connects via the BT protocol....So you can probably use Sony and XBox controllers.
@ben_djbk_kalish Didn't notice the controller, but I did notice that the UI on the TV looked like Xbox content.
@ben_djbk_kalish @metalhaze Yeah, but it's a 360 controller, which doesn't have bt and I doubt you can use the PC dongle on the VCS.
Why don't they show any gameplay. Why would I buy a console without seeing games running on it? I've loved Atari since playing Frogger on my 2600, but this sounds like the newest version of the Ouya.
So little information for so much hype.
Oh holy hell. It's happening. What a time to be alive...