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The gaming world has gone topsy turvy. Microsoft is taking the iTunes approach with the Xbox One – except their walled garden is more like a constantly monitored and walled garden – and with the Apple TV and the Ouya, mobile games are heading towards your living room and the coveted big screen that’s sitting there.
A few years back, sound bars were a fairly uncommon way to listen to home theater audio. But recently, they’ve become as plentiful as any other low-cost home audio option. The problem with most soundbars is that they don’t offer much in the way of low-end, and they also have to sit in front of your fancy thin flat-panel TV.
Why go with an ordinary coffee table, when you can get one with a complete media center PC and arcade gaming system built-in?
surface tensions’ Arcane arcade table not only looks great, it’s got a hidden Shuttle XPC, and an LCD screen (19″ or 26″) under the table’s toughened glass surface.
The Lightpipe is a supercool light that looks like an industrial pipe.
I love how they’ve photographed it next to “real” pipes, but on the flip side it makes it a bit difficult to imagine what it might look like, say, in one’s own living room.
In the same breath that Microsoft plans to announce that the Xbox 360 has surpassed 10.4 million units sold, they also will reveal that the 360 might just be the living room trojan horse that many thought the system might turn out to be when first announced.