The world’s fascination and love for retro video games will never die, and every other week we find some new way to enjoy these out of production games that a lot of us grew up with. Last week at CES 2012, Retrobit showed off its Retroduo Portable for the first time – a handheld SNES console that lets you play retro games on the go. It’s basically a portable SNES machine with an onboard 3.5″ display and a battery that provides 6-8 hours of playtime. NES games can also be played on the machine via the RetroPort cartridge adapter ($19.99 each).
The RetroDuo Portable will be available in stores in February 2012 with a price tag of $89.99 in matte black or matte red. Take note that you’ll need to find ways to get your hands on SNES/NES cartridges (eBay, secondhand stores) since you probably won’t find them on sale brand new anymore.
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