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Dream Arcades 100-Inch Home Gaming System

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If you love classic arcade games and you have to have a big screen, you’ll love the new Dream Arcades 100-inch Home Video Arcade Center.

Dream Arcades 100 Inch Arcade

The system features a 100-inch diagonal screen and a 2000 lumen DLP front projector, running at 1024×768 (XGA) resolution. An Athlon 64 CPU powers the arcade emulator PC. A full arcade control panel with authentic arcade joysticks, countless buttons, a spinner, lighted trackball and even a light gun. The system ships with tons of titles from Atari, Midway, Namco, Capcom and some classic Laserdisc games from Digital Leisure (Dragons Lair I, II and Space Ace). Additional games can also be installed on the system using the pre-installed MAME32 emulator.

As an added bonus, the system is a fully-functional home theater and music jukebox. The system is being offered at an introductory price of $4499 USD, which is $500 under the final price. While you could probably throw together your own MAME box with a projector and screen for a bit less, this system is pre-configured and ready to go, plus you get technical support from Dream Arcades.

[via Kotaku]



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