The company Hyperkin is responsible for the creation of this device and it will be compatible with both North American and Japanese SNES cartridges. That feature alone may be a big selling point for collectors who want to play their imported titles on the go. The SupaBoy will also have a rechargeable battery that lasts up to 5.5 hours.
In addition, the SupaBoy might include a multiplayer option (notice the SNES controller outputs below the d-pad and face buttons) that will allow you to plug the handheld into your TV. Also, according to Kotaku, they estimate the price could be in the $60-70 range. Not bad for a handheld Super Nintendo that allows me to play the more obscure import titles that I own. Time to dust and blow off some old cartridges. Makes you miss those days, doesn’t it.