Hyperkin SNES/ NES/ Genesis RetroN 3 Gaming Console (Vector Red) Color: Vector Red Platform: Genesis/NES/SNES Specification: Two seven-pin ports in front for wired controllers SNES controller design Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery with 5 Hours of battery life Mini USB AC Adapter Stereo sound AV Out Pocket pouch included Feature: The RetroN 3 is the only console that allows you to play all of your favorite NES, SNES, Genesis, Super Famicom and Mega Drive cartridges on one console
Designed from the ground up to help deliver the same classic experience that retro gamers crave, the RetroN 3 comes with two wireless controllers, as well as having two controller ports for each system, allowing you to use your original controllers. Play your favorite NES, SNES, and Genesis cartridges all on one console with the RetroN 3. Product Features - Compatible with original NES, SNES, Super Famicom, Genesis an...
I'll start off by saying this console is built better than other clone consoles. The video and audio glitches and differences are far less noticeable. Unlike other clone consoles, the Retron 3 doesn't put a death grip on your cartridges.So let's look at the bad side of things. Like many other clone consoles, the Retron 3 controllers are terrible BUT it is saved by an ingenius design. The wireless controllers are useless. They use infrared, which means you have to have them right in front of the console, and..
The retron 3 first of all isn't a collection of old school games or a brand new console; it's a clone console. It's a big industry that popped up when the copyrights on the technology of old game consoles expired. They're completely legal recreations of classic video game systems, and the retron 3's claim to fame is that it emulates the big three of 90's nostalgia: NES, SNES and Genesis - any kid who cared about social status owned at least one of them and while some of us are lucky enough to still have wor..
I got my Retron 3 today and it already replaced my Genesis and SNES. It's very lightweight and the build quality is definitely not up there with Nintendo or Sega, but it looks decent (the gray one, not the red one) and does what is advertised. It's very convenient to go from playing Genesis to SNES with just a flick of the knob instead of having to plug and unplug av cables, in addition to how much shelf space and power outlet space it saves.On the NES side, there is composite video and dual mono output (s-..