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March 02, 2018 1 min read
Clone systems everywhere, in my dreams, and my nightmares. Clone systems coming out of my ears.
It feels like not that long ago the first cheap NES clones were coming out. They felt so novel back then, a way to play your old games without dealing with the problems of old hardware. Today, a lot of the kinks are worked out, the hardware has (mostly) become more reliable, and they are a dime a dozen.
I have reviewed several here, and I have very little to say about the Super Retro Trio Plus by Retro-Bit. It is a clone console with software on a chip design rather than emulation. It plays Super Nintendo, Nintendo, and Sega Genesis games. It has a front lid that pops down to reveal controller ports for all three consoles and a region switch for region-locked games. It has a handy selector switch to allow you to choose your console on top. And three nice and tight cartridge slots to put your games in.
In short, you have seen this before. It is meant to consolidate all of your old game systems into one. But the addition here, which is a popular one, is 720p HDMI output.
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