There’s no one else doing what Luve Hultén is doing. The fusion of traditional craftsmanship with classic video games makes for some uniquely beautiful products, many of which have found their way to the pages of Cool Material. The latest is the Pixel Vision 2.0, an upgraded version of the wildly popular Pixel Vision, which was introduced in 2015. The folding clamshell design is inspired by the Game Boy Advance SP of yore, and the one-piece edition is modeled after the Game Boy Pocket. Like those vintage devices, the Pixel Vision 2.0 lets you play some legendary games. Each system can store 10,000 games while you build your library through WiFi. Games include those first found on SNES, Megadrive, NES, GBA, TurboGrafx-16, and other older systems. Charge it up and play for up to five hours. If you’re interested, we recommend acting quickly, however, as only 50 are available.