Consoles that take you back to Nintendo's golden ageRetro-bit's consoles are compatible with the old Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Sega and Gameboy to relive all those retro games of your childhood.
[MUSIC] Tell my mum I'm just playing [UNKNOWN] on this massive **** of coffee table. [LAUGH] This is so cool. This is actually called the mega table and it's made by a company called Retro-Bit which is Bringing back all the retro games of your childhood or your teenage years or however, whatever old you are. And it is a coffee table that is actually functioning and it's running a console that can play Super Nintendo, Nintendo and Sega, more on that later. But let's look at this table because it is really cool. It is meant more for a bar scenario. It's gonna cost around $500. Although, it's meant to be played with two players probably while drinking So think about coordination on that, fun times, and I'm dead. So let's just move on, massive coffee table, so cool. This is the actual console that the coffee table is running on, and this is from the same company Retro Bit, and as I said before, it Can actually power the old Super Nintendo cartridges, Nintendo cartridges and Sega cartridges. And it's in HD, so a new take on an old gaming device. Actually running one of my favorites, Mario Kart. Not the same controller but let's give it a try. [MUSIC] I am way behind at this point. Not fair. I'm a little bit rusty guys. Sorry. I used to be so much better at this. But yeah, same feel. Same look and feel. Same frustration of Mario Kart. Let's move on, this is actually gonna be available in May of this year for around $80. The cool thing is if you did save all these cartridges, you can reuse them or grab them on eBay. I'm sure they're lying around somewhere. Let's move on to the shining jewel, the Super Retro Boy. So for all of you Game Boy fans, it is back in a new form factor. This is the Super Retro Boy. So it basically works the same as an original Game Boy but you'll notice it's backlit and it's rechargeable. No more double A batteries and it actually runs The same cartridges. Again, if you by chance saved the cartridges of these games, you can use them again. Or they're also in talks with the publishers of some of these retro games to see about remaking some of the cartridges. So let's take a look. Well, look at that, I'm back. Back in my childhood. So far, so much better back lit, for sure. Game changer literally. And this will be available in August of this year for around $80 as well. Anyway, check out more of our coverage of CES 2017 at CNET.com.