The Analogue Nt mini console is a loving tribute to NES history

The Analogue Nt mini isn’t an NES – it’s better. The third-party system created by designer Christopher Taber is a work of art in its own right, crafted from a solid piece of aluminum and offering internals that boast no-compromise gameplay experience, vs. what you’d get from a home hack using emulation software. Analogue’s Nt mini is the smaller sibling to the original NT, which has been sold out since early this year, and which featured a larger design and a higher price tag at $579. The Nt mini is still $449, which isn’t exactly cheap, but it also boasts improved video output with combined 1080p and RGB (the original required an add-on for RGB output), and ships with a wireless 8bitdo NES30 controller in the box. The receiver for said controller will also let you use PS4, PS3, Wii and Wii U Pro controllers with the Nt mini.

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