While it seems quaint today, Pong's impact as the first commercially successful video game set the stage for modern gaming as we know it. Now Atari's out to recreate the original arcade experience with the Mini Pong Jr. Built by Unis, it measures roughly a foot long, with a 7.9-inch LCD, retro sound effects, and physical dials for control. It can be played by two players at once, sitting across from one another, or in one-player mode with 10 levels of AI difficulty. A USB cable and adapter are used for power, with three lithium rechargeable batteries an option for cord-free play, and it will launch this holiday season in North America and Asia.