And the 150 games aren’t barrel scrapers either, we’re talking the pick of the Atari, Midway and Namco archives, including the likes of Pac Man, Space Invaders, Asteroids, Battlezone, Pong, Missile Command, Breakout, Galaga, Galaxian, Smash TV and just about any other game you can think of.
It also features an adjustable joystick, 11 large buttons and a 3-inch trackball, plus an integrated HP Slimline PC at its heart. You can use it as a jukebox too, with stereo speakers and a sub-woofer built in. Which all comes at a price – $2,495.95 (around £1,250) to be precise.
Hammacher Schlemmer website (via Retro To Go)
Chinavision’s solar-powered MP4 player and Nintendo emulator, for the eco-friendly software pirate
ABS Icon Wrist Watch – inspired by 8-bit gaming
Mario Kart Go – the plumber does Scalextric-style racing