Amidst all of the hoopla surrounding Nintendo’s NES Classic Edition, we’ve come across another console that may be even better suited for retro gaming enthusiasts. Enter, the RetroEngine Sigma.

The RetroEngine Sigma is a palm-sized gaming console that is capable of playing retro titles from 28 different systems. This in turn cuts down on using emulators and downloading ROMs of your favorite old school games.

The tiny console doesn’t have its own keyboard, rather it connects to a smartphone app via Wi-Fi, allowing the user to choose what software to install. Gamers can then turn the system into a 4K-capable media center and play everything from Game Boy and Nintendo 64 to Dreamcast.

In addition, the RetroEngine Sigma comes equipped with two USB ports for attaching controllers or Bluetooth adapters, while the first 500 contributors to their crowdfunding campaign will also receive a 16GB microSD card for storing games and media, as well as a USB gaming controller, upon dishing out $50 USD.

For more on the RetroEngine Sigma, follow on over to their Indiegogo page.

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