RetroN 4 plays vintage games through HDMI

The Hyperkin console plays NES, SNES, Genesis, and GBA games on a single platform with HDTV and wireless controller support.

The RetroN 4's predecessor, the RetroN 3, lacks GBA support. Hyperkin

Still own vintage NES, SNES, Genesis, or Game Boy Advance game cartridges but lack the working consoles to play them all? The new Hyperkin RetroN 4 console may be what you've been waiting for. It features a cartridge slot and two controller sockets for each retro video gaming system.

The RetroN 4 has modern touches such as an HDMI output and Bluetooth connectivity. You'll be able to connect this console to any flat-panel TV with the HDMI port. Meanwhile, Bluetooth supports a bundled wireless controller sporting a directional pad and an array of buttons.

This four-in-one retro game console will launch by the end of March, but pricing has yet to be announced.

(Source: Crave Asia via Ubergizmo)

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