Retro-Bit is updating its Super Retro Trio console with HDMI output, it has been confirmed.

Like the original Super Retro Trio, the new system will play NES, SNES and Mega Drive / Genesis carts and boasts support for original controllers, but with HDMI included the picture quality should be much improved. S-Video output is also available. The revised console is expected in May and will retail for $79.99.

You can check out our video review of the original Super Retro Trio below.

Retro-Bit is also releasing a new NES clone system which features HDMI. Dubbed the Retro Entertainment System, this compact console has HDMI output, two controller ports and support for original NES carts. It is expected to hit the market in April and will cost just $39.99.

These aren't the only things Retro-Bit has confirmed during CES 2017 - the company also has the Super Retro Boy, vintage controllers and Jaleco-themed multi-carts for the NES, Game Boy and SNES.

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