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Retro-Tech Blu-ray Coffee Table
Retro-Tech’s Blu-ray-enabled coffee table can also be hooked to a high-def TV.
May 21, 2008 by Rachel Cericola

Some of you are waiting to see Blu-ray coupled with TVs and other electronic devices. While you’re waiting, maybe you want to rest your drink on Blu-ray, or maybe even your feet.

That’s all possible, thanks to Retro-Tech’s Blu-ray coffee table. It’s got a 19-inch touchscreen, a Blu-ray drive with video out, a keyboard and a mouse. To protect that cool image, there’s also 6mm of “toughened glass,” although Gizmodo smartly points out the glass sort of defeats the touchscreen features.

For something that packs the power of Blu-ray, it looks kind of blah, no? It’s also strange that the company doesn’t mention any of the tech specs, including the OEM behind the player. Frankly, it doesn’t even make me want to use a coaster.

There’s no word on pricing. We’re guessing that if you have to ask, you’d better stick to propping your feet on the dog.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at

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