The 'Seedi' retro gaming system comes as an inexpensive and well-equipped piece of equipment that will allow users to play their favorite CD-ROM games from the past that would otherwise be ready for disposal.
Retro gaming has become immensely popular with many consumers paying high prices for old equipment to relive their childhood pastimes. This is being acknowledged with new solutions hitting the market from Nintendo and by third-party companies as seen with the 'Seedi.'
The 'Seedi' retro gaming system starts at $125 and can also be used to play cartridge games with adapters that can be purchased separately. As nostalgia continues to run strong amongst many different consumer demographics when it comes to gaming, we'll likely see more solutions like the 'Seedi' coming about.