Although it was marketed as the first 64-bit gaming system, the Jaguar proved to be a commercial failure and prompted Atari to leave the home video game console market. Despite its commercial failure, the Jaguar has a dedicated fan base that produces homebrew games for it.
Processor(s): Motorola email@example.comMhz and four co-processors
Display options: Television
Graphics capability: Programmable resolution
Maximum number of colours: 24 Bit Colour
Sound capability: Programmable sound channels – dependent on software
Ports: Joystick, Power and Cartridge input
Storage: Cartridge only – Disks with expansion
Power: External 9v DC power pack
Software: A few games available – not enough to be called mainstream. Some new games appear infrequently.
NOTES:- Please turn off system before removing/replacing cartridge