Contest: Win an EON Super 64 HDMI adapter and enjoy your Nintendo 64 in the modern age

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In today’s contest you can bring your Nintendo 64 into the modern age with an EON Super 64 HDMI adapter!

I recently tried to hook my PS2 up to my HDTV to play some good old-fashioned PS classics. As you can imagine, it was a pain! TVs don’t have composite cable ports anymore, so I was stuck playing my PS4 like a dummy.

If you’ve got a Nintendo 64 and you want to avoid my sad fate, you’re in luck — we’ve got this super nifty EON Super 64 HDMI adapter to give away! It’ll bring your N64 to glorious life on your brand new TV, because everything should be this easy.

The EON Super 64 adapter is the best way to experience classic Nintendo 64 games on modern HDTVs. This HDMI converter is plug and play — no mods required, and nothing separating you from playing straight out of the box. Tuned and designed specifically for the original N64 hardware, this little shy guy displays in crisp 480p resolution (double the base console) totally laglessly without the need for external power. And if you’re feeling saucy, the included Slick Mode edges out all the rough edges to let the classic graphics truly shine on your display.

This is pretty much a must-have for anyone who owns a Nintendo 64!

To enter to win, use the widget below to leave your name and email address. You can enter daily. Click around for bonus entries to increase your odds.

Is the GameCube more your jam? You’re in luck! We’re giving away the EON GCHD MK-II over at our sister site, Nintendo Enthusiast!

We have one unit to give away; we’ll draw our winner next Monday. Since this is a physical prize, you must have a United States shipping address in order to win.

Check out the EON Super 64 HDMI converter, and EON’s other great converters, at their site.

Dtoid Contest: Win an EON Super 64 HDMI adapter and enjoy your Nintendo 64 in the modern age

Wes Tacos
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