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Atari Jaguar | Atari Jaguar CD | Atari Lynx

Atari Jaguar

This 64-bit "next generation" system includes a 24-bit "True Color" display capable of up to 16,777,216 colors and 800 x 576 pixel resolution. Hardware support is built in for multiplanar scrolling, texture mapping, morphing effects, and scaling, rotation, distortion, and skewing of sprites and images. Other features include CD-quality sound (16-bit stereo) with Wavetable synthesis, FM synthesis, FM Sample synthesis, and AM synthesis capability.

Atari Jaguar CD

Atari Lynx

Lynx ILynx II
One of the earliest color portable game units, the Atari Lynx features a 3.5" screen; 4096 color palette with 4-bit simultaneous on-screen color; 4 channel, 8-bit DAC sound; and a MOS 65C02 processor. Additional hardware support includes sprite scaling and distortion, clipping, and multi-directional scrolling. (photos above: Lynx models I and II respectively)