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The keyboard and joystick drawers retract when not in use. It measures approximately 50 inches tall, 25 inches wide, and 21 inches front to back. A strong magnet holds the joystick in the extended position while playing.
The machine turns on with a press of either the top mounted power button or the keyboard power key.
Here is the inside of the cabinet, everything is secured.
Computer components and features -
The computer components were selected for performance and quiet operation..
The case is an Antec SLK1650B with an Antec 350W power supply.
The motherboard is a Gigabyte GA-8TRS350MT with ATI Radeon 9100 integrated video and integrated audio.
It features an ethernet port and an 802.11g wireless adapter for easy updates..
The processor is an Intel Pentium 4 3.0E 3GHZ
478P CPU. The CPU is more than adequate for running most arcade games with
the popular emulators.
It has 1GB of memory, using a matched pair of DDR400 modules running in dual channel mode.
Storage is a 160GB hard disk, plus a DVD/CD RW drive and a 3.5 inch floppy.
It has a an optical mouse and a full size keyboard.
The monitor is a MAG 17" TFT-LCD Flat-Panel Monitor.
The Creative Labs speakers and subwoofer have
a handy screen mounted remote control.
The sound quality is amazing. If you are building a cabinet a subwoofer is a must.
It is running Windows XP Home and it
also has Capcom Coin-Op Classics installed - which uses a custom version of
Cabinet features -
Furniture grade plywood construction - cabinet
is very solid and secure
No rattles even at arcade volume levels with very deep bass.
HotRodSE 2 player Joystick assembly. It's a great controller for fighting games. Of course it works well for Pac-man and other joystick style games too.
The letters have long since come off the joystick panel.
The cabinet has wheels and a handle for easy movement, it only weighs 160lbs.