Those who canít control their fingers from reaching classic arcade cabinet but fail to found one can now take a deep sigh. Christened as Retro Space, the designer cabinet is developed by Martjin Koch to memorialize the first ever cupboard for an arcade i.e. Computer Space, the cabinet unveiled in 1971. But today with the contemporary offering, it seems to mar the outdated machinery.
The arcade cabinet features over 100 arcade games, gamut of emulators and is accessible on a HD media jukebox. It also sports 1080p video playback, a 24-inch 1920◊1200 monitor, Sanwa joysticks and buttons, and a trackball.
But if it falls an inch below your expectations then the retro cabinet also boasts of having a 2gHz Intel Core2Duo processor, 2GB RAM, WiFi, Bluetooth, and Ethernet. If you vouch for my opinion then for sure it offers the arcade gaming befitting the 21st century taste.