The Game Boy is an 8-bit handheld game console by Nintendo. Of course, the new generation consoles (and gaming rigs) are great but the handheld consoles were purely meant for entertainment.

Even if you did not get the chance to play Game Boy Advance games, you must have at least heard about them (or their games).

Do not worry if you haven’t. A Seattle-based company ‘Analogue’ has come up with a new high definition console “Pocket” for just $200 which could be 2020’s favorite new-gen Game Boy device alternative for gamers across the globe.

It supports Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance games. If you have the required add-on adapter, it can also work well with Game Gear, Neo Geo Pocket Color, and Atari Lynx.

It features stereo speakers and a headphone jack along with the charging support over USB-C. Obviously, it is a premium handheld game console when compared to the consoles available decades ago.

In addition to the handheld console, they also plan on introducing a ‘Dock’ for it which can be utilized to display the output of the game onto a big screen via HDMI.

The Analogue Pocket will start shipping in 2020. You can sign up on its official website to know when it’s available to order.

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