two hand-held controllers for Nintendo 64 games console, manufactured by the Nintendo Company Limited, Japan, 1996-2003
Two hand-held controllers for Nintendo 64 games console, manufactured by the Nintendo Company Limited, Japan, 1996-2003.
The Nintendo 64, often called the N64, was a video games console released by Nintendo in 1996. The '64' in the name referred to its 64-bit central processing unit. It was marketed as the world's first 64-bit games console, although Atari claimed that their 'Jaguar' console was the first 64-bit console. The N64 was named Time Magazine's 'Machine of the Year' in 1996.
- Computing & Data Processing
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overall (measurements for 1 controller with cable): 65 mm x 160 mm x 200 mm, .5 kg
- computer peripheral
- furnishing and equipment
- tools & equipment
- National Media Museum, Bradford
- Permanent collection
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