Love Hulten Cary42 Briefcase Arcade Console

Nov 2, 2017

Category: Tech

Love Hulten has carved quite a niche out for themselves designing and building modern contemporary-inspired furniture, accessories, and more. Their best stuff – in our humble opinion – has to be their retro-styled gaming devices, though. And they’ve just added another impressive entry to their catalogue with the Cary42 arcate attache.

When closed, this handsome piece looks like a normal (albeit gorgeous and unique) briefcase. But, open it up and you’ll find a fully-featured 2-player arcade-style gaming system, with joysticks and 6-button controls. In fact, it actually comes pre-loaded with 100 gaming classics, but can store and play up to 10,000 emulated games. It also features a 12″ LCD screen, a 12V DC power supply, and a certificate of authenticity. And if owning one of these beautiful boxes isn’t singular enough for you, you can even have it further customized to your liking. Limited to just 50 examples, the Cary42 is on pre-sale now for $3,020.

Purchase: $3,020+

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