A few days ago we reported on one of the surprise announcements of CES 2017, the Retro-Bit Super Retro Boy. This cute portable plays Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance software and offers features such as a rechargeable battery and backlit screen.

CNET now has a more detailed hands-on video showing the console from all angles, and those of you who felt a bit peculiar at the sight of the Game Boy Advance's L and R buttons being transplanted to the front of the device might want to look away now; while some (optimistically) speculated that the shoulder buttons might be located on the rear of the console, but this footage clearly shows that isn't the case. The back of the Super Retro Boy is entirely lacking in physical buttons.

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