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CX30+ Paddle Controllers

CX30+ Paddle Controllers

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SPEED and PRECISION

The CX30 paddle controllers are a big part of Atari history — there are games that simply wouldn’t be the same without them. We created the all new CX30+, a replica of the original design that includes all of the wonderful features that you’d expect out of our paddle controllers.

This CX30+ Paddle Controller Bundle also includes a 4-in-1 game cartridge so you can enjoy the classics without trying to find that dusty box of cartridges.

Features

The CX30+ is designed to look and feel like the original. That means it has:

- Red fire button that’s built to last
- Original correct paddle sticker
- Wired DB9 connector
- Finished plastic that looks and feels authentic
- Ultra smooth knobs for precision game play

This bundle also comes with a 4 game cartridge featuring the classic titles Breakout®, Canyon Bomber®, Night Driver™, and Video Olympics™.

Both the paddle controllers and the 4-in-1 game cartridge are compatible with the new Atari 2600+ and all original Atari systems.

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International Availability

Australia - EB Games

Austria - Games Only

Benelux - Bol

Canada - Amazon

France - Amazon

Germany - Amazon

Italy - Amazon

New Zealand - EB Games

Poland - RTV Euro AGD

Slovenia - Igabiba

Spain - GAME

Switzerland - CeDe

United Kingdom - Amazon

United States - Amazon

Package Contents

CX30+ Paddle Controller Bundle includes:
- CX30+ paddle controllers
- 4-in-1 game cartridge

A FRESH ‘SPIN’ to THE gAMING EXPERIENCE

IF YOU KNOW, YOU KNOW

Paddle controllers offer the ultimate in fast, precise control: essential to survival in 8-bit gaming.

cx30+ paddle controllers & 
4-in-1 game cartridge included

SPECIFICATIONS

Connection Type

DB9 - Dual wires

DIMENSIONS

Size

5.51" x 3.94" x 8.07"
Weight
0.88 lbs

Product Manual

2600+ Quick Start Guide

4 Games In 1 Guide

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