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URL: https://thenextweb.com/gaming/2019/01/10/this-crowdfunded-pong-table-might-be-the-coolest-thing-at-ces/

Date: 2019-01-10

This crowdfunded Pong table might be the coolest thing at CES

Theres lots to love at CES each year, but theres always that one product thats just to cool to ignore. This year, its a $3,000 table that plays Pong. No, really. While it may seem an underwhelming addition to a trade show known to showcase the latest and greatest, this digital representation of the 1972 classic, Pong, has been a hit with anyone whos taken the time to try it out. Its our cool new gadget site. It originally started as a Kickstarter idea, in 2017. The crowdfunding campaign netted the company a cool $335,000 to produce a retro-futuristic table that combined classic gaming with a modern appeal. Later, the creators reached a deal with UNIS, a major player in the arcade gaming space, to manufacture the table at scale. In its initial appearance at CES in 2018, it received rave reviews. This years version — a colorful and fully customizable coin-op version designed for arcades — its still getting high praise. The classic square puck remains, as do the two paddles and a square ball that bounces between two players — or one player, and one of three ever-more-difficult AI players. The basic coffee table version will set you back $2,9999, while the prices are TBD on the larger, coin-op style. Lexar's 1TB SD card is the one you've been waiting for