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Hyperkin working on a portable n64 clone?
Topic Started: Dec 14 2017, 07:23 AM (157 Views)
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I'm kind of wondering if this is real or not. But if Hyperkin was going to build a N64 clone it would be a portable. There would be no way they could market a console and win against the N64. They are still very reasonable priced, IMO. And I would rather have the original hardware than a "touch n go" wishy-washy clone. I would come closer to picking up a portable. My mind keeps asking about power consumption, battery play time? I am thinking that would be a problem.

(I have the Superboy and the RetroDuo Portable. I like the RetroDuo better because of it feeling more comfortable to hold in my hands and less bulky. But the top L and R buttons are a pain to reach. I find the compatibility good on both systems, at least for the games I have. And I do have a lot of games. The overall design of the RetroDuo speaks sexy whereas the Superboy is more nostalgia. The audio volume is louder on the Superboy. Headphones are a must with the RetroDuo. I play the RetroDuo when sitting around the house, but when I get serious, I go to either my SNES or Super Famicom.)
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