This limited edition game emulator is meticulously crafted and starts at $2,255. Via Kotaku:
This is the Zette System, handcrafted from wood by Swedish artist Love Hultén. In its resting state it resembles a stylized wooden boombox, but it’s actually a retro gaming machine with a pair of wireless gamepads and a built-in projector. Only 25 of them are being made, and they are not cheap.
From boombox mode, the Zette System breaks down into four separate components. One speaker unit houses a computer designed to emulate classic consoles, from the Atari 2600 to the Super Nintendo, as well as a 640 x 480 DLP projector, low resolution but perfect for these purposes. A 2600mAh battery powers the system for up to two hours, though it can be plugged in as well.
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