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Tabletop Arcade Cabinet With Built-In 10 Inch HD Display

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SKU: VILP186

Tabletop Arcade Cabinet

 

Features:

  • Fully Built and ready to use: Cabinet and Monitor are fully assembled.
  • Simple Connectivity: Features internal Micro HDMI & USB-C connections to connect and power a Raspberry Pi or other PCB/Game box.
  • Joystick & 8 Buttons: Joystick and 8 responsive buttons will let you play all different retro titles with improved control.
  • 10” HD LCD Screen: The large 10” LCD screen (1366 x 768) will allow an immersive experience with all the color details and sharpness.
  • Raspberry Pi Board Holder and Slot with access to USB Inputs
  • Built-in Speaker: The built-in speaker will offer crisp sound to port you back in time.

Specifications:

  • Cabinet Size : 16(H)x 11.5(W) x 13.5(D) Inches
  • Cabinet Material: MDF Wood
  • Monitor Size: 10 Inch
  • Monitor Resolution: 1366x768

This Arcade is sold in 3 configurations: 

  1. Arcade Only, Does NOT include any internal computer board, this is intended for customers who want to connect their game box/Raspberry Pi board or other board to the cabinet
  2. Arcade With Raspberry Pi 4 (8GB) Board, This option includes the arcade and all the parts needed to build a retro arcade using a Raspberry Pi
    Includes:
    Arcade Cabinet 
    Raspberry Pi 4 Board (8GB)
    32GB Micro SD card with Adapter for programming
  3. Arcade With game box, this option includes our game box that is preloaded with 700+ games and is ready to use.
    The Game box is Preinstalled into the cabinet and is ready to use out of the box.

IMPORTANT NOTES:


When using with a Raspberry PI Board SD cards will require software to be added to run a gaming system and ROMS will need to be added to the system
SD cards can be flashed via the Raspberry Pi Imager Tool

The Joystick and Controllers will Work out of the box with Retropi and Batocera. 
To use the controller with Recalbox you will need to first install a driver. Follow the instructions shown: Here

For use with a Raspberry Pi 3 a Micro USB-USB-C Adapter and a Micro HDMI (Female) to Standard HDMI (Male) Adapter must be purchased separately.

For use with a Pi Zero, a Micro USB-USB-C Adapter and a Micro HDMI (Female) to Mini HDMI (Male) Adapter must be purchased separately.

 

Stop Building Everything from the Ground Up!: Up until recently, it was extremely challenging to get an arcade up and running as it required gluing and hammering which is why we came up with the idea of shipping an assembled arcade that does not require any woodworking and wiring to get up and running, simply open the back install your desired PCB with games and get started.

Get an Authentic Retro Experience!: With authentic arcade controls, a high-resolution 4:3 display, and a punchy speaker to hear those nostalgic soundtracks at their best, it will get you the closest to a genuinely authentic arcade experience at home. If you’re anything like me, this would be the single BEST console you’ve owned to date (don’t judge, I like this arcade better than my PS5!)

The beauty of this arcade is that it doesn’t ask you to do it all by yourself. We have already finished all the woodwork, added a joystick and buttons, integrated a 10” LCD, and all the hardware that goes inside the cabinet, so you don’t have to. Even if you’re ordering it without a Raspberry Pi & SD card, all it’s gonna take is removing the back cover to access the Pi slot and then setting up the connections - that’s it!

What’s on the cabinet?: First and foremost, a stunning artwork that carries a retro-era vibe. Then, just below the screen, you’ll find a bezel featuring 5 buttons: Mode, -, Menu, +, Power. By pressing the mode button, you can choose the input source (TV, AV, HDMI, PC, USB). The “Menu” button can be used to adjust colors, aspect ratio, etc. While the - and + buttons simply control the volume. Plus, there are 6 precise cut-outs located to the side for plenty of ventilation. Yup, we’re making sure your favorite console doesn’t fry!

 

A peek inside the cabinet! The cabinet features a clean design, with easy access, easy wiring, and enough space to fit all the hardware seamlessly. If you ever need to change something inside, it will be only four screws standing in the way. Everything is neatly organized, with the wires featuring all the labels, so swapping, fixing, or adding a new peripheral won’t be a challenge. The cabinet is entirely designed out of MDF wood which is harder, sturdier, and promises lasting durability. When you’re done playing, just remember to use a damp cloth to wipe any dust, stains, or particles sticking to the exterior.

 




Notes:
For use with a Raspberry Pi 3 a Micro USB-USB-C Adapter and a Micro HDMI (Female) to Standard HDMI (Male) Adapter must be purchased separately.

For use with a Pi Zero a a Micro USB-USB-C adapter and a Micro HDMI (Female) to Mini HDMI (Male) Adapter must be purchased separately.

 
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Tabletop Arcade Cabinet With Built-In 10 Inch HD Display Arcade Cabinet With Display-Only

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Tabletop Arcade Cabinet

 

Features:

  • Fully Built and ready to use: Cabinet and Monitor are fully assembled.
  • Simple Connectivity: Features internal Micro HDMI & USB-C connections to connect and power a Raspberry Pi or other PCB/Game box.
  • Joystick & 8 Buttons: Joystick and 8 responsive buttons will let you play all different retro titles with improved control.
  • 10” HD LCD Screen: The large 10” LCD screen (1366 x 768) will allow an immersive experience with all the color details and sharpness.
  • Raspberry Pi Board Holder and Slot with access to USB Inputs
  • Built-in Speaker: The built-in speaker will offer crisp sound to port you back in time.

Specifications:

  • Cabinet Size : 16(H)x 11.5(W) x 13.5(D) Inches
  • Cabinet Material: MDF Wood
  • Monitor Size: 10 Inch
  • Monitor Resolution: 1366x768

This Arcade is sold in 3 configurations: 

  1. Arcade Only, Does NOT include any internal computer board, this is intended for customers who want to connect their game box/Raspberry Pi board or other board to the cabinet
  2. Arcade With Raspberry Pi 4 (8GB) Board, This option includes the arcade and all the parts needed to build a retro arcade using a Raspberry Pi
    Includes:
    Arcade Cabinet 
    Raspberry Pi 4 Board (8GB)
    32GB Micro SD card with Adapter for programming
  3. Arcade With game box, this option includes our game box that is preloaded with 700+ games and is ready to use.
    The Game box is Preinstalled into the cabinet and is ready to use out of the box.

IMPORTANT NOTES:


When using with a Raspberry PI Board SD cards will require software to be added to run a gaming system and ROMS will need to be added to the system
SD cards can be flashed via the Raspberry Pi Imager Tool

The Joystick and Controllers will Work out of the box with Retropi and Batocera. 
To use the controller with Recalbox you will need to first install a driver. Follow the instructions shown: Here

For use with a Raspberry Pi 3 a Micro USB-USB-C Adapter and a Micro HDMI (Female) to Standard HDMI (Male) Adapter must be purchased separately.

For use with a Pi Zero, a Micro USB-USB-C Adapter and a Micro HDMI (Female) to Mini HDMI (Male) Adapter must be purchased separately.

 

Stop Building Everything from the Ground Up!: Up until recently, it was extremely challenging to get an arcade up and running as it required gluing and hammering which is why we came up with the idea of shipping an assembled arcade that does not require any woodworking and wiring to get up and running, simply open the back install your desired PCB with games and get started.

Get an Authentic Retro Experience!: With authentic arcade controls, a high-resolution 4:3 display, and a punchy speaker to hear those nostalgic soundtracks at their best, it will get you the closest to a genuinely authentic arcade experience at home. If you’re anything like me, this would be the single BEST console you’ve owned to date (don’t judge, I like this arcade better than my PS5!)

The beauty of this arcade is that it doesn’t ask you to do it all by yourself. We have already finished all the woodwork, added a joystick and buttons, integrated a 10” LCD, and all the hardware that goes inside the cabinet, so you don’t have to. Even if you’re ordering it without a Raspberry Pi & SD card, all it’s gonna take is removing the back cover to access the Pi slot and then setting up the connections - that’s it!

What’s on the cabinet?: First and foremost, a stunning artwork that carries a retro-era vibe. Then, just below the screen, you’ll find a bezel featuring 5 buttons: Mode, -, Menu, +, Power. By pressing the mode button, you can choose the input source (TV, AV, HDMI, PC, USB). The “Menu” button can be used to adjust colors, aspect ratio, etc. While the - and + buttons simply control the volume. Plus, there are 6 precise cut-outs located to the side for plenty of ventilation. Yup, we’re making sure your favorite console doesn’t fry!

 

A peek inside the cabinet! The cabinet features a clean design, with easy access, easy wiring, and enough space to fit all the hardware seamlessly. If you ever need to change something inside, it will be only four screws standing in the way. Everything is neatly organized, with the wires featuring all the labels, so swapping, fixing, or adding a new peripheral won’t be a challenge. The cabinet is entirely designed out of MDF wood which is harder, sturdier, and promises lasting durability. When you’re done playing, just remember to use a damp cloth to wipe any dust, stains, or particles sticking to the exterior.

 




Notes:
For use with a Raspberry Pi 3 a Micro USB-USB-C Adapter and a Micro HDMI (Female) to Standard HDMI (Male) Adapter must be purchased separately.

For use with a Pi Zero a a Micro USB-USB-C adapter and a Micro HDMI (Female) to Mini HDMI (Male) Adapter must be purchased separately.

 

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B.R.
Good to go and great!

I was looking to build my own cabinet and wasn’t happy with what I was seeing out there as you either have to buy the cabinet and monitor and buttons separate and I was worried about wiring it all up. I looked into hacking an Arcade1up Countercade but did the math and I was going to be in for around $350 -$400 by the time all was hacked and modded.

This kit fits the bill as being an all in one solution (just add a raspberry Pi with your software and Roms and you are good to go!

The cabinet is sturdy and comes shipped all together so the only assembly is hooking up the Pi. The monitor is good and easy to adjust and the joystick and controls are responsive.

If there is one complaint I would have it’s that the power cord has a large converter box (the usual converter like a laptop or other gaming system). It would have been nice if this could have been incorporated into the box but it’s a very minor thing.

If you are at all on the fence about whether to buy this, just do it. It’s a great price point to get a cabinet to play your games on with little effort required!

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Michael B.
Nice Bar Top Game machine

I saw this unit just after Christmas and ordered it. The unit came when expected. The documentation is not enough to get your unit running.
On a PC (or Mac) you will need to download the Raspberry Pi imager software, load a MicroSD card via a reader or into a USB adapter and with the software load a RetroPi image. Once you have that you can insert it into your raspberry Pi and install it as in your one page instructions that come with the machine. This gives you no games but will get the machine to boot. You will next need to put a formatted USD stick with a directory on it named RetorPI into the Raspberry PI's USB port and boot the system. When RetroPI see a USD drive with that directory it will add subfolders under Retropi for each Game System Retropi is compatible with. At that point you will need to go back onto the PC and find your RetroPI compatible game and download them into the correct directory on your USB stick that was formatted by RetroPI. Sticking the USB drive back into the Raspberry PI unit and restarting the system, RetroPI will load the games automatically on to the microSD card already in the raspberry PI unit. The games will then be available on your RetroPI Desktop.