Nintendo 64 Video Game System (c1997)
(Photo courtesy of Alex Greenia)
The Nintendo 64 is the world's most advanced video game system, providing 64-bit graphics and CD-quality sound.
It has been one of the most popular video game systems of the 1990s and is noted for its high resolution graphics and high quality interactive software.
The Nintendo 64 utilizes a 64-bit RISC CPU operating at 93.75 MHz.
It also uses a 62.5 MHz sound and graphics co-processor incorporating a pixel drawing processor for high quality graphics.
Shown above is the Nintendo 64, with control panel, with video cables plugged into a standard TV used as a monitor.
"Nintendo 64" is copyrighted by Nintendo Co. Ltd.
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