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The L600 was a Linux-based game console which was in the process of being developed by Indrema until Indrema ceased operations in April 2001. Besides game play, it was also to be a CD player, DVD player, web browser, and Tivo-like video recorder.

Had the console been released, it would have cost $300 US and had 30 games available at launch.

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