CES 2012 Week Ion has revealed its successor to the iPad-oriented arcade accessory, the iCade, reducing its form factor and introducing a new, even-smaller version for the iPhone. The iCade Core rocks up with the same control setup as its predecessor, throwing in Bluetooth connectivity and an identical charging cable. The …
1980s mini arcade cabinetsI remember the old mini arcade cabinets with the old fluorescent displays (http://www.retrothing.com/2006/03/coleco_pacman_m.html). I wonder if Ion will include versions of games that mimic that style of display?
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