Surface tension Nucleus is a table coffee table for your living room


Surface tension Nucleus is a table coffee table for your living room

Earlier we used to show arcade coffee tables Surface Tension, which hid the arcade game platform inside the exquisite coffee table, so you can save the real game system in the living room, without making your house look like a bachelor pad. The outfit returned again with their largest system, but in the form of surface tension cells.
Exhibited as the mother of all their coffee tables, the rack is equipped with the largest gaming system, combining a 32-inch ultra-wide LCD display with full arcade control with two players. Regardless of whether you are an arcade geek who can not live without your favorite fighting game, or just a normal dude who wants something interesting to go with your other adult living room, it's just what makes your space seem full. .
In the coffee table mode, the core with surface tension measures 47.2 x 27.6 x 15.7 inches (length x depth x height), so it will have an impressive presence in any room. Despite this, it looks like any ordinary coffee table, although you expect to have a roomy closet or storage box. This is not surprising given that it combines a wooden frame with a 6mm glass cover that is darkened to help hide the system below when you are not actually going to play.
Under this mixture of wood and glass sit the actual PC with Windows 10, remote arcade controllers and ultra-wide display so you can fix your arcade games. The system was set up to use GameEx as the front launchpad, although, like any Windows PC, you can easily change it according to your preferences. Pre-installed four gaming kits: Taito Legends, Taito Legends 2, Midway Arcade Treasures Deluxe and Atari Anniversary Edition. This combination sums up more than 100 games, so you will have many titles that can be selected directly from the box. By the way, this is compatible with MAME, so you can easily download any retro games that you want without problems, and at the same time launch any traditional Windows game (for example, you can use it with a lot of indie games on Steam).
The Surface Tension Nucleus core comes with Shuttle PC running on the 3.2 GHz Intel G3250 processor, 8 GB of RAM and 1 TB of hard disk. It comes with Wi-Fi, so you can connect to the Internet using the built-in Bluetooth, allowing you to connect a wireless mouse and keyboard to use it as a regular PC. You can even change the included PC to your own setting if you want something more stiff if it fits inside the compartment that measures 12.6 x 8.2 x 7.5 inches.
It comes with on-board speakers, stuffing a 130mm woofer and a 20mm tweeter, with two 30-watt amplifiers that give it a satisfying sound. For arcade controls, Sanwa JLW joysticks, Sanwa OBSF-30 buttons, Happ 2.25-inch gadget, Ultimarc Spintrak satellite and a programmable keyboard encoder are used.
Pricing for the core of surface tension begins with £ 3.299.

04 November 2017 /
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