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"4 years after the system’s release in 1983, nearly 12,000,000 Famicoms had been shipped. Finance companies such as Nomura Securities had their eye on the fast-selling Famicom. Their idea was to connect the Famicom to the telephone network in order to provide consumers with services that included the ability to check stock prices and other news from the finance industry, as well as the ability to trade stocks. Nintendo, realizing the potential to expand the world of gaming and their other pursuits, worked on developing a modem for the console. However, once stock prices began to decline, consumer interest in stock prices waned, and the system received little attention. Nintendo also failed to merchandize network games…"Continue reading

Some people called it the Trash 80. Back then, you got a whopping 16,000 character memory for $999.