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Pinel & Pinel Arcade PS Trunk

It takes most people years to acquire a reasonable amount of add-on junk for the console of their choice — but if you lack the time and have the money the Pinel & Pinel Arcade PS Trunk ($90,000) can have you gaming like an old pro on day one. This insane set includes a PS3, two Formula 1 racing seats with Thrustmaster steering wheels, a selection of 24 PS 3 games, an 1,800-watt sound system, a Playstation Move camera, four Move controllers, two Move shooter guns, four PS3 wireless buzzers, four Dualshock 3 controllers, two arcade fighting sticks, a 55" Sony TV, and four pairs of 3D glasses, all of which is housed in a custom trunk that's covered in calfskin and measures just 51" x 55" x 36" when closed.

  • NeoGeo X

    The NeoGeo was legendarily powerful — and equally expensive. Now you can get the console you always wanted but couldn't afford on your middle school lunch money budget in a portable version with the NeoGeo X ($200). Built by Blaze and officially licensed by SNK, it offers a 4.3-inch display, four face buttons, an analog stick, and 20 built-in games, including Fatal Fury, Metal Slug, and The King of Monsters. If you decide you'd rather do your gaming on the big screen, you can use the optional dock and joystick for a more traditional experience. [via | via]

  • Ouya

    Been waiting around on Apple to turn the Apple TV into a video came console? You can get a preview of that experience with the Ouya ($100). Sporting a Tegra 3 quad-core processor, Android 4.0, 1GB of RAM 8GB of flash storage, HDMI, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, and a wireless hardware controller, it's got the chops to output fine-looking games, and thanks to an open SDK combined with the guarantee of digitally-delivered, free-to-try titles, it could up-end the console business as we know it. Or its Yves Behar-designed interface might get bludgeoned by Apple. But hey, it's only $100, so it's worth a shot. Right?