Mike Matei / June 11th, 2017
Mike and Ryan discuss the Analogue Nt mini, a high quality console designed to play NES and Famicom.
June 11, 2017 at 9:06 pm
Holy crap this looks so neat!
June 11, 2017 at 11:49 pm
Look pretty good for 450 to 500$ its not that much at all I find for what its giving, also go by 1$ per hour so if you get 500 hours outta it well worth it.
June 12, 2017 at 10:27 am
Seems quite pricey compared to systems like the Minimig (Amiga on FPGA) and even the new ZX Spectrum Next.
It’s not like they can keep adding new consoles to it (which may be a case for a beefy powerful FPGA), as they have hardware cart ports.. I guess there could be some monstrous clagnut adapter where you plug an SNES cart into an adapter that plugs into an NES port..
..or yeah the “extra sdcard features” on 3rd party firmware route (but then the firmware programmer would have to know enough about how to add system schematics into the FPGA chip configuration.. which is on another level)
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