Talk:Fairchild Channel F
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Isn't that second blue picture a bit big? I think most in-text pictures are 250 pixels across. Why not this one?
Is that part about cost in the first paragraph referring to the retail price? If so, it should be changed. Using 'cost' gives the sentence a very different meaning.
The text is in two tenses. Mixing between present and past. It is utterly confusing.
First programmable cartridge console? Does this count, or should I kick it down to low? Hbdragon88 06:58, 21 September 2006 (UTC)
- It's certainly not a "marquee" system (i.e., the 2600, the NES, the Genesis and SNES), but I think it's equally as important as the Odyssey^2, the MicroVision, and the Virtua Boy - and certainly more important than the game.com :-D It has a substantial section in The Next Quarter, which was a comprehensive 25 year retrospective of videogames. As such, it's a pretty important landmark in the history of video game consoles, even if the years haven't exactly been kind to it. Forgive me for not digging up an ISBN on that, it should be easy to find on Amazon.com, if you're so inclined. --Action Jackson IV 01:25, 25 February 2007 (UTC)
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First home console with color output!
- That won't be happening, as it's not true. Atari's home PONG (1975) was also in color. --Marty Goldberg (talk) 14:52, 7 November 2011 (UTC)
This whole section does not have one single source, Channel F was indeed a pioneering system, but this is written in a bias perspective. I can't find anything that shows that the Channel F cause Atari to do this. I will leave this for 5 days to see if anyone can find any original sources, otherwise I believe this needs to be deleted. TheKingsTable (talk) 02:46, 17 February 2014 (UTC)