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The wood-grain Collector's Edition, which is only available until July 11, is $300 (about £200 or AU$400) with the joystick or $340 with the joystick and controller. The classic joystick is just $30.
If you don't need a wood-grain console, you can get the Onyx version for $250 (about £190 or AU$330), $280 with the joystick or $320 for the complete bundle.
- 14.5 by 5.3 by 1.6 inches (37 by 13.5 by 4.0 cm)
- Linux OS
- HDMI 2.0 (HDCP 2.2), dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5, gigabit Ethernet, four USB 3.0 ports and a mic jack
- 32GB solid state storage, SD card slot, external hard drive support and 4GB DDR4 SDRAM
- AMD Bristol Ridge A1 APU with Radeon R7-class graphics
- Optional cloud storage
- Discord support, voice commands and Twitch livestreaming
The controllers connect wirelessly via Bluetooth, and while they have USB-C connections, it's not clear whether that's for wired operation or just for charging. The console supports third-party peripherals.
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