Stealth Arcade Table is Sexy, Expensive

Paul Lilly

It's getting tougher and tougher to find an arcade these days, and that's just fine. Who wants to lug around a pocket full of quarters only to find out that those classics you grew up with have been replaced by holographic gimmicks and expensive 3D displays, anyway? A better way to get all nostalgic is to bring the arcade to you, which is what you can do with the Stealth tabletop from Australia-based Arcade Tables.

The Stealth is the company's latest arcade creation and you'll have a much easier time fitting it into a modern decor than those old arcade cabinets you remember from the 1980s. It's armed with a high-definition LCD display with an 89-degree viewing angle, high precision controls, "quality Japanese componentry," a speaker system with bass, and a high-gloss finish. Oh, and living up to its name, the Stealth comes with 60 games pre-installed games, including Galaga, Donkey Kong, Pacman, Space Invaders, Centipede, Burger Time, and a whole bunch more.

Cool as it is, it's also expensive (around $3,300), and comes wired for 240V sockets. Bummer, though you could always build your own .

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