Hyperkin's RetroN 4 console reveal earlier this month turned out to be only part of the story.
The company today unveiled the RetronN 5, which adds an additional cartridge slot for Japanese Famicom games. That's in addition to the previously confirmed slots for NES, SNES, GBA, and Sega Genesis cartridges.
Hyperkin hasn't yet decided on exact price or release date for the console, but is hoping to launch around July for under $100.
Along with the retro slots, the RetroN 5 also includes a Bluetooth controller, and will output video via HDMI.