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Yesterday Vision Hardwood Gaming Monitor seamlessly connects past and present

The Yesterday Vision Hardwood Gaming Monitor is the epitome of vintage gaming. This looks like a classic 50s-style TV, but it is actually a monitor that has built-in gaming capabilities. With Yesterday Vision, you get a beautifully designed and handmade mahogany setup that holds a 19″ monitor. And it doesn’t lack ability, either. It includes loudspeakers and a Raspberry Pi computer. This computer imitates classic game systems. Think Super Nintendo, Genesis, Atari 2600, Playstation, and more. The monitor has a 1280 x 1024 display, and you can essentially use it for anything you like through its HDMI connection. Simply plug in your laptop, newer game console, or other device in the back. That way, you can use this stylish vintage TV to watch or play anything you want.

Yesterday Vision Hardwood Gaming Monitor seamlessly connects past and present
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9.5/10
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Genevieve Healey
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Monitor
19", 4:3
Built-In Computer
Raspberry Pi
Dimensions
60 x 60 x 20 cm
Bluetooth Controllers
4
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