Analogue Super Nt Retro Gaming Console

Oct 16, 2017

Category: Tech

There are quite a few companies out there today that make their own retro gaming consoles. But none of them, perhaps, make devices as beautiful and well-built as the ones from Analogue. And the brand has further solidified their seat at the top with their newest release: the Super Nt.

This is not a plug-and-play device and it doesn’t run on emulators. Rather, it is a dedicated and modernized recreation of Nintendo’s SNES system. That means it’s compatible with all of the over-2,200 SNES game cartridges and can run them perfectly with zero lag. More than that, it can do it in 1080p HD – giving players access to unheard of clarity in every single pixel. It also still offers wireless connectivity (as it’s compatible and comes with 8bitdo’s SN30 controller), outputs high fidelity sound, and comes in a frankly gorgeous package (with 4 different color schemes). And you can get one for $190.

Purchase: $190

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