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Red Button Arcade

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Mark Hatton Mark Hatton | 10:37 UK time, Monday, 23 March 2009

The Red Button Arcade One in Ten project was borne out of a realisation that, whilst they're nowhere near as powerful as the average PC or modern games console, digital set-top boxes are considerably more powerful than classic home computers such as the BBC Micro. As such they should achieve comparable or better performance when running video games.

Read more and leave comments over on the Press Red blog.

Mark Hatton is a software engineer working in the TV Platforms Group.

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