Despite the retro look, it comes with a modern processor that offers users the option to play many classic Atari games as well as select PC games. It's been updated to work with 4K resolution and HDR and features built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5, expandable storage, and USB ports to connect webcams, microphones, speakers, and USB controllers. It can also stream video to your TV.
It comes with a ton of updated features, but it's not the first retro Atari console available. In September, when Nintendo released its SNES Classic, AtGames released its updated Atari throwback, the Atari Flashback 8 Gold.
The units are only available through Atari's Indiegogo campaign, which says the consoles will begin to ship mid-2019.