Arcane Arcade and PC Table

Arcane Arcade and PC Table

How do you justify a big arcade-style game taking up space in your home when technology allows you to play so many games on small tech like iPads and smartphones? You turn the game into furniture, which is exactly what the Arcane Arcade and PC Table does.

Sure, you can prop up your feet and rest your coffee cup on this table but why would you do that when there’s so much more that can be done?

In addition to being a stylish table made with a solid timber frame in walnut or oak, with a 6mm toughened glass top, this table has all the goodies that make gamers and PC-fiends pay attention:

Computer specification

The computer can be upgraded to your own specification, but comes as standard with…

  • Intel® Pentium Dual Core CPU
  • 1TB hard disk
  • 802.11n wireless network adaptor
  • 4GB Ram
  • DVD/CD-RW drive

Software specification

  • Powered by Windows 7 Home Premium
  • GameEx intuitive front-end
  • Taito Legends 1&2, Midway Arcade treasures Deluxe and Atari Anniversary Edition
  • MAME™ compatible retro-gaming platform

Hardware specification

  • 27″ IPS LCD full viewing angle
  • RJ45 Ethernet 10/100Mb connector
  • HDMI output
  • 2 concealed USB ports for wireless devices
  • 2 x 30W amplifier with unique discreet speaker design
  • Sanwa joysticks and buttons
  • Happ illuminated Trackball
  • Ultimarc arcade spinner
  • Programmable keyboard encoder

Upgrade options

  • Sonos CONNECT wireless multi-room audio streaming
  • ESET NOD32 Antivirus

If that’s a little too much table for you to handle, there’s also the Dual Arcade Table, which functions as an arcade game but doesn’t include a PC, and the Double7 Arcade Table, which has both arcade and PC features but doesn’t include Sonos CONNECT.

The Arcane Arcade and PC Table is £3999/$6145.26 at Surface Tension.

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Marty Shaw is a Texas-based writer, who is addicted to geeky gadgets and all things Doctor Who-related. When he's not trying to figure out a creative way to hitch a ride in the TARDIS, he imagines what it would be like to live through a zombie apocalypse as an uncool version of Daryl Dixon.

One Response to “Arcane Arcade and PC Table”

  1. It seems uncomfortable. I mean how long can you be playing without getting some back pain?

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