A. The table and Arcade system are sold as a set. The arcade engine is embedded within the table as a product.

A. Any HDMI TV should work. I have this working on a cheap $120 40-inch TV was well as an expensive 65-inch TV. The only TV I have seen this not work on was a very old 1st generation HDMI TV from 2001 or so.

A. The Arcade Table works with any HDMI TV. The demonstration typically has a 40-inch TV about 3 to 4 feet behind it with a very comfortable viewing. The optimal viewing is all up to the user on their heads comfortable range of motion for turning from left to right.

A. No. When exposed, the controls console is at 22 inches tall. When concealed, the Coffee Table top is 26 inches tall. Since the TV, PC monitor or projector will be in front of the player typically at eye level, the player will be sitting up straight and does not create unwanted pressure on their lower back.

A. To avoid disturbing your office or wife with the sounds coming from the arcade table, simply mute the television connected to the arcade table and plug your 3.5mm headphone jack into the audio port on the bottom of the table

A. 30 feet is what the manufacturer states.

A. The Arcade Engine contains an encrypted SD card that does not allow for any games to be added or removed. This is for legal purposes.

A. Today there are only 2 color options for the legs. To stream streamline manufacturing, by only offering 2 colors for now: white or black table legs.

A. The Standard Arcade Engine offers 2,222 games and the Enhanced Arcade Engine offers 1,162 games.

A. Sure. The Enhanced Arcade Engine is optimized to play the vertical games on a vertically / portrait on your TV, PC Monitor or Projector. Examples of vertical games are Pac Man, Ms. Pac Man, Dig Dug, Galaga, Donkey Kong, Frogger, Centipede, Millipede and many more (412!).

It is best to use a 360-degree rotating TV wall mount or rotating PC monitor mount. The 360-degree rotating TV wall mount could be purchased here or you could search for it on Amazon.

A. Yes. You can play the vertically formatted games with the standard engine. The game is set up to auto fit the horizontal screen. The experience is still larger than the original arcade display.

A. It really depends on the size of the player and if you are playing on the Player 1 or Player 2 side. Because of the layout of Player 1’s joystick and buttons, it leans you more to the edge that Player 2. My 27 year old daughter could play from Player 1 with her legs underneath without straddling the legs. Since I am larger than her, I normally straddle the leg as Player 1 but not when I am Player 2.