Atari 8 Bit Peripheral

The following is a list of Atari 8 Bit Peripheral in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other peripherals may have been produced. If you have any hardware that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.

There are 10 Atari 8 Bit Peripheral in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
Atari 1020 Colour Printer Date: Unknown Atari 1020 Colour Printer

Atari 1020 Colour Printer, prints graphics and text, four vibrant colours, 64 characters size

Manufacturer :

Atari 1027 Letter Quality Printer Date: Unknown Atari 1027 Letter Quality Printer

Atari 1027 Letter Quality Printer, creates correspondence quality printouts, uses standard paper - even letter headed, full 80 column width, no missey ribbons to replace

Manufacturer :

Atari 1050 Disk Drive Date: 1982 Atari 1050 Disk Drive

The Atari 1050 disk drive was Atari's replacement to the Atari 810 disk drive

Manufacturer : Atari

Atari Colour/Monochrome Monitor Switch Date: Atari Colour/Monochrome Monitor Switch

Manufacturer :

Atari Joystick Controllers Date: Atari Joystick Controllers

Pair of original Atari joysticks, boxed

Manufacturer : Atari

Atari Paddles Date: Atari Paddles

These paddles connect to any Atari console

Manufacturer : Atari

Atari Touch Tablet Date: October 1984 Atari Touch Tablet

The Atari Touch Tablet package includes a graphics tablet with two fire buttons that plugs into a joystick port with 48-inch cord; a plastic stylus with a tiny fire button that plugs into the tablet v ...

Manufacturer : Atari

Atari Trak-Ball Date: Unknown Atari Trak-Ball

For use with the Atari Video Computer System and all Atari home computers

Manufacturer :

SuperStar SV-131 Joystick Date: 14th October 1992 SuperStar SV-131 Joystick

For use with: All Atari computers including ST Commodore 64/128, VIC 20, Amiga Amstrad/Schneider CPC Spectrum and Spectrum Plus (with suitable interface) BBC and Electron (with suitable interface)

Manufacturer : Quality Joystick

Winner UFO Joypad Date: Winner UFO Joypad

This infra-red remote control joypad features a left thumb directional pad and 2 fire buttons - one marked "Turbo" and the other "A"

Manufacturer : Winner

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