Retro Arcade Machine X

Jul 22, 2016

Category: Tech

In what could possibly be the best addition to your workstation since the stress ball, the Retro Arcade Machine X is the ultimate enabler of procrastination. Functioning as a tiny arcade system, each arcade stands just under 6” tall. And the best part? There’s no downloading required and no hookups needed to get started. Simply add batteries and you’re off.

Each mini arcade system comes stock with 300 built-in games all displayed on the 2 1/2” full-color display screen featuring 16-bit graphics. There’s a four-way joystick for precision moment, classic A and B action buttons, and the whole piece weighs in at just under 10 ounces. Stock games include action, combat, puzzles, strategy and sports games. There’s also a built-in rear speaker with 4 levels of sound, so you can play in secret or show off your new toy at the office. Get ready for non-stop gaming wherever you go. The Retro Arcade Machine X takes three AA batteries and is available now for $25. [Purchase]

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