Throughout the years, the legacy of the Flying Pig Systems Wholehog 2 — or Hog 2, as most call it — has been monumental, to say the least. From its inception until now, it is still the console of choice for many programmers, and there are still thousands of units out there. It amazes me how long the console has lasted. With a floppy drive, a few megs of RAM, and a couple of touchscreens, Flying Pig created an ever-evolving console that not only kept up with the competition, but stayed ahead ...
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