RetroN 5 will launch on December 10 for $99.99 in the US and €89.99 in Europe. According to the company, Amazon's listing of an October 31 release date earlier this month was a placeholder.
Regardless, the December release date marks a significant delay from the system's planned summer launch. Hyperkin chalks it up to "several key modifications made to the console shown at E3." The console is now better ventilated, and it will also allow the use of the Sega Power Base Converter, a peripheral originally designed to let the Sega Genesis play Sega Master System games.
Lest you've forgotten the RetroN 5's other bells and whistles, it plays NES, SNES, Genesis, Game Boy Advance (w/ Game Boy and Game Boy Color support) and Famicom games. The console features HDMI output, game speed control and support for save states. And, in addition to its own wireless controllers, it has ports for Genesis, SNES and NES controllers. It's kind of bananas.