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Analogue Pocket Console

Retro gaming is all the rage these days, and this new device is clearly influenced by the iconic Game Boy. The Analogue Pocket is a retro-gaming handheld console that can play any Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance game, with support for Game Gear, Neo Geo Pocket Color and Atari Lynx coming through add-on adapters. It features a 3.5" color LCD screen that has 10 times the resolution of the original Game Boy, so games look incredibly sharp. There is also a D-Pad, four face buttons, two shoulder buttons nestled on either side of the cartridge slot and a trio of small system buttons. The Pocket also has a separate mode for audiophiles and musicians that turns it into a sequencer and synthesizer. Best of all, it can be plugged into the Analogue Dock and output games to a TV over HDMI, with Bluetooth for wireless controllers, and a second dedicated FPGA gives developers the chance to expand its capabilities. Available in early 2020.



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