A Reddit client by the name of L046N has evidently discovered an overlooked bit of history, figuring out how to get what gives off an impression of being an Atari 2700, a model continuation support to the significantly more popular Atari 2600 that was never put into full creation. Regardless of whether it's honest to goodness or not is another story.
The Atari 2700 should be one of a few arranged followups to the Atari 2600, being a form of the 2600 that accompanied remote controllers, something that wouldn't occur until the point that some place around the last part of the first Xbox's run. No less than 12 of these souped-up Atari supports were obviously made, yet the framework was never put into creation.
The Atari 2700, notwithstanding its remote controllers (which would work by means of radio signs), would be completely perfect with the Atari 2600, ready to play the greater part of its recreations and utilize the greater part of its frill with no inconvenience. Atari really put out a few promotions for the comfort, yet it never got discharged.
The disclosure really infers another web client that found the model of what might have been a shared comfort amongst Nintendo and Sony, before Sony went off to make the Playstation. A Reddit User Has Managed To Find An Atari 2700, Not Seen Since 1981. Neither one of the consoles was ever put into full-scale creation regardless of being genuinely eager for their opportunity.
The news is likewise strangely coordinated in that Atari has beforehand reported an Ataribox support, which gives off an impression of being something like Nintendo's SNES and NES Classic consoles.
Regardless of whether the support that L046N discovered truly is an Atari 2700 however, is another story. While there are various critics that don't believe it's the genuine article, it appears to be true blue up until now. A Reddit User Has Managed To Find An Atari 2700, Not Seen Since 1981. On the off chance that it ends up being fake we'll likely know about it from in any event some news outlet.
In the event that you need to see the Atari 2700 for yourself, you can discover L046N's Reddit post on the Retro Gaming subreddit.