I just bought the retrogen duo for $50 last year with the Genesis adapter. If i'd have known about this bad boy i'd have waited. I still have all the original systems for most of these, but i'd much rather have one uber retro system to play them all on.
So getting one of these so I can start my retro game collection once again without the hassle of a ton of past their prime systems laying around is a bonus.
I have no idea what the hell you're talking about, and anytime you'd like to try and make me shut up, I'll be waiting, tough guy.
If you have old cartridges, chances are you still have an old console that works... making the RetroN 5 redundant...
Nothings like the original console with the original controllers. I tried an aftermarket SNES and Genesis. They can never get the controllers right...ever.
I do own the originals. But with a growing family, it's simply impractical for me to have all my systems out. This helps me alleviate some clutter.
More worthless crap. There is a reason old game consoles are no longer produced. Quit wasting time on crap we don't want.
CES is all about new technology. Considering Android no longer supports Flash, and even Adobe no longer is developing it, you might want to think about posting your videos in a format people can watch without jumping through hoops. It is 2014, after all.
You can get NES, SNES, GBA, DS, and N64 emulators on ios/android. The controls aren't the best but overal it's pretty good.