Analogue Interactive brings aluminum from NES




Analogue Interactive, a company that old videogame hardware stops in a new guise, has a Nintendo Entertainment System made with a casing of 6061. The NES should not use emulation to run games.

The Analogue Nt is “built around the heart and brain of the original NES”, is on the product page . Through the use of reverse engineered hardware emulation of the NES would not be necessary. The console has been more than a year in development, says founder Chris Taber to Polygon. The image output is via an RGB interface to an analog signal of the “highest quality” would give, and the housing is made of aluminum 6061 alloy, which is sturdy and is also used for iMacs, MacBooks and small aircraft. Incidentally, Apple anodize aluminum, it is not known whether Analogue Nt does.

The Analogue Nt supports four players, which probably refers to the integration of the NES Four Score accessory of 1990. More details on the console gives the company at a later stage free. Already has Analogue include a wooden Neo Geo made ​​. In late March, the NES Analogues online store should be and if the console is also bundled with newly developed NES games. Or just as often be blown before the games begin, as earlier in the cartridges remains to be seen.

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