Accessories maker Hyperkin is apparently working on a portable Nintendo 64 system.
The news comes from Hyperkin Senior Account Manager Ramon Navos-Moral, who (rather foolishly, it should be said) posted the following images of a functioning prototype system on his Facebook page:
The machine itself appears to be modelled on the N64 controller, with a screen built-in for portable play. There's a cartridge slot on the back.
We've since contacted Hyperkin for comment and they have revealed that action has been taken against Navos-Moral for distributing internal R&D projects online. Hyperkin has also confirmed that the device is indeed real but like many of the devices it produces behind closed doors, it's just a prototype and may not enter production.
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