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ETA Prime (who's a good youtuber for guides and such) discusses the emulation options 

 

Basically no issue with PSP, PS1, GC and Wii emulation, at 1080P. But once you get to PS2, it starts to struggle, even at native resolution. It's basically an overpriced Ryzen machine in terms of emulation.

 

 

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I'm having trouble imagining what in antstream is worth a positive number of dollars since they went free to play but I guess they can put a lot of casino adverts into that service used by kids.

 

Plus I guess it's quite literally free real estate to "Atari".

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22 minutes ago, Dudley said:

I'm having trouble imagining what in antstream is worth a positive number of dollars since they went free to play but I guess they can put a lot of casino adverts into that service used by kids.

 

Plus I guess it's quite literally free real estate to "Atari".

How do you mean "real estate"?

I think the interest is that Atari want to have a stake in the streaming business.

 

 

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5 hours ago, robotattack said:

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Got to be worth picking one up at that price to be honest just as a curio. It will work well as an Antstream box if you like Antstream, as it has its own version specially made for it. And it's basically a Linux box so will work well for emulators. It's a fairly well made and solid piece of kit, in no way worth what they were asking for it originally of course but at £99 it's a steal. 

Doesn't actually seem to be available at that price though. 

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1 hour ago, Anne Summers said:

Got to be worth picking one up at that price to be honest just as a curio. It will work well as an Antstream box if you like Antstream, as it has its own version specially made for it. And it's basically a Linux box so will work well for emulators. It's a fairly well made and solid piece of kit, in no way worth what they were asking for it originally of course but at £99 it's a steal. 

Doesn't actually seem to be available at that price though. 

 

Well no, its $99. 😛 But yeah, it's out of stock now. There didn't seem to be any mention of price on the site, but it was $99.99 (plus sales tax) when added to the basket. 

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