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RCA's first video game system, the Studio II, was released in 1977 with a reported retail price of $149.95 (about $525 in today's dollars), which was about $20 less than its competitors at the time.

The Studio II came with five games preinstalled and also had a slot for external cartridges, each one setting you back about $20 in 1977 ($70 dollars today).

One of the Studio II's most redeeming features is its box! Tell me you don't want that guy's red and blue striped polyester shirt.

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