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Atari 8-Bit Computers: Frequently Asked Questions
Section - 6.11) What light pens were produced for the Atari?

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- Atari Light Pen CX70 (beige; the rare original Atari light pen)
- Atari Light Pen CX75 (came with AtariGraphics cart.; it produces pictures
  with 127 sectors in length, thus not Micro-Painter, nor Micro Illustrator
  compatible; however appropriate converter programs can be found in the
  public domain, e.g. the Rapid Graphics Converter)
- Edumate Light Pen by Futurehouse (came with a disk with 6 Basic programs; a
  program called Peripheral Vision was available separately from Futurehouse)
- McPen light pen by Madison Computer (came with a disk with 4 Basic
  programs)
- Stack Light Pen by Stack Computer Services
- Symtec Light Pen by Symtec
- Tech Sketch Light Pen (came with Micro Illustrator disk program by Island
  Graphics)

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