Innex Reveals Retro Gaming Goodies at CES 2017

The majority of us here on Cinelinx (the older ones) are big fans of retro-gaming.  For me personally, there are plenty of times where I plop down to play a game and choose an older title (on the Virtual Console) over the modern titles in my library.  As such, I’m always eager to get my hands on new ways to play classic titles.  

Innex brought some fun goods to CES this week, that most definitely scratches the retro itch.  First up are a pair of portable options for gamers who like their classics on the go:

Retro Boy

Retro-Bit Generations Portable

A portable handheld 100 -in -one gaming device with a slim design and HD display that brings the power of an arcade to the palm of your hands. Ideal for playing your favorite retro games on the go!

Super Retro Boy

An innovative 3-in-1 handheld gaming system with a single port that instantly plays all the classic Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance games without any special adapters

If you’ve been lucky enough to get your hands on the NES Classic from Nintendo, Innex also has you covered with some neat accessories, including wireless controllers to make your gaming more enjoyable…I’m particularly fond of the BIG table that acts as both furniture and controller: 


Retro-Bit Mega Table

A unique piece of furniture that doubles as a fully functional four-button USB controller.

Retro Bit – 8Bitdo

The first N64 style Bluetooth controller for console, PC/Mac and touch devices.


Announcing the new NES30 Classic Edition compatible with the NES classic edition console.

Innex always has some cool gear coming out, so be sure to keep your eye out for them, and here on Cinelinx as we cover more of their reveals!  Which of these new products are you looking forward to most? 


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