Analogue just announced that its Analogue Pocket handheld game console will miss its original May 2021
“The current state of global affairs continues to create supply chain challenges outside of our control,” Analogue said in a speech. Official statement. “Suddenly there was a severe shortage of electrical components and logistical problems, which led to a domino effect that people in almost every industry are facing challenges. We are working hard to make the Pocket launch as soon as possible. We thank you for your understanding and patience.”
When to announce At the end of 2019, Analogue claims that Pocket is the most advanced handheld console ever. Based on FPGA A machine that can be configured to play cartridges in all the most popular classic handheld systems: Nintendo Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, Sega Game Gear, Neo Geo Pocket, Atari Lynx, and even NEC’s portable TurboGrafx-16, TurboExpress.
These norms naturally caused waves, leading to Sold out quickly When Analogue first offered pre-orders to Pocket in August last year. The demand was so high that the later Analogue Reassured prospective buyer The system is by no means a limited edition, and more versions will be available. Pre-orders are expected to reopen sometime this year, although these plans may also be affected by shortages of parts.
For now, we will have to wait longer to see what Analogue suggests will be the Rolls-Royce of Game Boys.
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