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  1. The question has always been a matter of feature creep and not building a perfect machine. People still write programs for the Atari 2600, Commodore 64, and other vintage machines because of the limitations they have and working around them. A better basic and faster basic helps get programmers started. Perfect hardware does not lead to innovations and tricks. It will never stop you in your tracks as your try to figure out how something was done. Some expansion capability (IC2?) is needed to interface lights, motors, and sensors that are so cheaply available. People are sometimes more impressed with a servo, sensor, and leds than a high resolution photorealistic display. Not sure what the solution is. cabiv
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