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Now you can play SNES while crossing busy streets with SupaBoy

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What do you get the gamer who has everything? How about two things he already has -- a classic SNES system and a handheld device, combined into one glorious package. Hyperkin has officially released the SupaBoy, a handheld system that takes full-size SNES cartridges, has a 3.5 inch screen and moonlights as a home console, with two controller ports and TV connection as well.

The battery life is locked at 2.5 hours, but with all the new friends you're going to make when they see you walking down the street playing the SupaBoy, that's all the time you'll have to game anyway.



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