If you’ve been itching to get your hands on a classic arcade cabinet, Retro Space is the perfect choice. Designed by Martjin Koch, this cabinet was built to commemorate the first ever cabinet for an arcade. It was called Computer Space and was released in 1971. But with this tribute, you don’t have to stick to outdated technology
While this arcade cabinet comes packed with over 100 arcade games and plenty of emulators, it also works has an HD media jukebox. Additional features include 1080p video playback, a 24-inch 1920×1200 monitor, Sanwa joysticks and buttons, and a trackball.
As if that weren’t enough, this retro cabinet has a 2gHz Intel Core2Duo processor, 2GB RAM, WiFi, Bluetooth, and Ethernet. Now this is the twenty-first century of arcade gaming, if you ask me.