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Nintendo Desktop Arcade Machine Takes Design Cues from 1930s Lamp

The Model G1 is a posable desktop NES clone that was inspired by the traditional Anglepoise lamp.

Bogar Alonso
  • December 22, 2014

The design was inspired by the traditional 1930s British Anglepoise lamp designed by George Carwardine, which allows you to alter the angle of the head. Nunez liked the idea of a NES arcade based on the Anglepoise concept, as it would allow gamers to angle the screen as they need and would boast a cool mid-century retro look.

The Model G1 tabletop Nintendo arcade machine features an adjustable 7″ TFT screen, a built-in speaker, headphone jack, an arcade machine grade joystick and buttons, and digital volume control.

Read more at: http://www.psfk.com/2014/11/nintendo-desktop-arcade-machine-takes-design-cues-from-1930s-lamp.html

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