imageRetroN 5 soon to be released.

The Retron5 has five different slots, accepting game cartridges from NES, Famicom, SNES, Genesis, and Game Boy Advance.

The system features HDMI out and can upscale games to 720p, although it also features older style AV ports for a more authentic experience on slightly older TVs. An SD card slot is available to store game data, with save game states supported. Players can also overclock to speed up game play, or even remap buttons on the Bluetooth controller.

No firm release details have been released although it’s likely to be July, with the console coming in at under US$100.

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