A timeless love for retro tech


Retro gaming consoles are a hit among collectors in Malaysia. — AZLINA ABDULLAH/The Star

While others may discard old gaming consoles that no longer work, Iskandar Zend Rahim sees it as a chance to give them a second life.

He scouts the Internet for retro consoles labelled as broken or in unknown condition, often obtaining them for as little as RM10.

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