The Atari Jaguar 64 made its debut in 1993 (limited quantities), at the price of $249. Claimed to be the first 64-bit game system, it featured a 32-bit RISC @ 26 MHz graphics processor, 64-bit RISC @ 26 Mhz object processor, 64-bit RISC @ 26 Mhz blitter processor, 16-bit stereo, and 2MB of built-in memory. Commercial after the jump.

The Jaguar includes such technical features as morphing, transparency, lighting and shading, unlimited sprites, 32-bit color, and the ability to render 850 million pixels per second. The Jaguar comes with one 17-button controller, TV hookups, power supply, and the game, Cybermorph

[via AtariTimes]

The Atari Jaguar 64 made its debut in 1993 (limited quantities), at the price of $249. Claimed to be the first 64-bit game system, it featured a 32-bit RISC @ 26 MHz graphics processor, 64-bit RISC @ 26 Mhz object processor, 64-bit RISC @ 26 Mhz blitter processor, 16-bit stereo, and 2MB of built-in memory. Commercial after the jump.

The Jaguar includes such technical features as morphing, transparency, lighting and shading, unlimited sprites, 32-bit color, and the ability to render 850 million pixels per second. The Jaguar comes with one 17-button controller, TV hookups, power supply, and the game, Cybermorph

[via AtariTimes]