There’s lots to love at CES each year, but there’s always that one artefact that’s just to cool to ignore. This year, it’s a $3,000 table that plays Pong. No, really.

While it may seem an underwhelming accession to a trade show known to advertise the latest and greatest, this agenda representation of the 1972 classic, Pong, has been a hit with anyone who’s taken the time to try it out.

It originally started as a Kickstarter idea, in 2017. The crowdfunding attack netted the aggregation a cool $335,000 to aftermath a retro-futuristic table that accumulated archetypal gaming with a modern appeal. Later, the creators accomplished a deal with UNIS, a major player in the arcade gaming space, to accomplish the table at scale.

In its antecedent actualization at CES in 2018, it accustomed rave reviews. This year’s adaptation — a bright and fully customizable coin-op adaptation advised for arcades — it’s still accepting high praise. The archetypal square puck remains, as do the two paddles and a square “ball” that bounces amid two players — or one player, and one of three ever-more-difficult AI players.

The basic coffee table adaptation will set you back $2,9999, while the prices are TBD on the larger, coin-op style.

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