Great job completely missing the point. Of course the technical specifications were slightly less detailed back then, but so where the games to compliment that, so the information like Zx 48K and Commodore 64K played a much more direct role in assessment of the perceived value of goods. Getting a durable keyboard and dedicated tape deck had almost as much importance as things like a hardware blitter chip at the time, because the value of such elements was far from trivial, like it is today.
On the console side of things we had arcade games back then, so the ability to see a proposed line up of coming arcade port screenshots to the up and coming master system console made a significant impact assessing hardware value on how it would stack up.
The X180 is a massive £430 and yet we have less credible information of the perceived value tof the product than the original Xbox, Does that not seem a little strange to you? As though someone is hiding something?
#9666800, By vizzini Next generation of consoles come in
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