RetroEngine Sigma Retro Gaming Game Console

Good news, retro gaming fanatics! You can consider ditching your many retro consoles and enjoy all you favorite retro video games from a single, palm-size console – thanks to RetroEngine Sigma. RetroEngine Sigma, the brainchild of Doyodo Team, is style retro-listically too, with a form that looks much like the Sega Mega Drive AKA Genesis. Beyond the retro look and under the hood, this dream retro console is all modern, packing a 4-core processor along with a pair of USB for any USB controller, HDMI output for hooking up with modern TV sets, and an additional expansion port by the way of a micro USB port that, when used with an adapter, can support another USB controller, or Bluetooth dongle, or rigging up to a USB hub.

RetroEngine Sigma Retro Gaming Game Console

The best part about this retro-licious, play-it-all video game console is, you need not have to deal with emulators, which means, no messing with hair-tearing setting up and configuration process. It makes playing your favorite retro game a true plug-and-play affair. RetroEngine Sigma will come preinstalled with 15 games and its in-built plug-and-play installer allows for download, configure and installation of additional emulators available through public sources and repositories. Modern technology does not stop there; the setup process is make painless through the use of your smartphone or tablet, while built-in WiFi enables your smartphone to serve as a keyboard and even as an additional game controller.

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If RetroEngine Sigma Retro Gaming Game Console tickles your fancy, you may want to join over 1,300 backers on Indiegogo who has since pre-ordered a unit. Another good news is, the campaign has, not surprisingly, met its funding goal and therefore, your pledge will constitute to a pre-order. Pledges for a unit start at $49 with shipment expected to happen sometime in April/May 2017. Keep going for the product pitch video to learn more.

Images: RetroEngine/Doyodo Team.

via Gizmodo