Analogue Interactive’s aluminum body NES, also known as the Analogue Nt – which we talked about some time ago, is all prepared to ship from February 2015 onward, so it would not really hurt too much to have a look at what is underneath the hood, since we already full well know that it is a beauty on the outside. Well, what is uncovered within is also easy on the eyes for sure, as one can see in several photos that had been revealed by Analogue Interactive already.
Analogue Interactive mentioned via email, “We designed and manufactured the Analogue Nt’s motherboard with an extraordinary focus on detail. It is designed and constructed like a piece of art using custom materials, rarely seen in PCB manufacturing.”
According to the company, it will be manufacturing the board with a “custom black PCB with exposed and raised copper traces, finished with a transparent solder mask.” Expect the Analogue Nt to work with both NES and Famicom games – all without the need for an emulator, and this particular console promises “videophile and audiophile quality”. We will see about that – especially when you would have to drop $499 for one of these bad boys. To drop that kind of serious coin, one ought to be a hardcore fan of NES titles.
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