In a photo, the Atari Pong Table may look like a typical table (or cocktail-style) arcade cabinet — something you’d find in an ’80s-era diner and casually play while wolfing down a burger, fries and malt. However, when you see the machine in person, the first thing that sticks out is that the display is not digital but actually tempered glass covering physical paddles and a ball — or rather a tiny cube, to play up the nostalgia of 1970s computer graphics. It also includes retro sounds, has adjustable speed/difficulty, BlueTooth so you can stream music and 4 USB ports to charge your mobile devices.
Unis signed a deal in October 2017 to develop, market and license the game worldwide. Tan said he considered the Kickstarter version of the machine about 60% finished but Unis helped refine the design and started shipping devices last summer.
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