Retro-bit, maker of a slew of retro-related hardware and accessories, has announced they’re releasing a series of wireless controllers for retro consoles.
There are a total of three controllers currently being designed. An N64, a NES/SNES Hybrid, and a controller for the Sega Genesis. Each controller will use a 2.4GHz receiver to connect to each console, and each will feature a turbo function.
The N64 is expected to launch this summer, while the other two will see release this fall. Each will cost $30, and distributor Innex will be showing them off at its booth during E3.
Did I mention the NES/SNES and Genesis controllers can also be used on PC/Mac?