Analogue specializes in retro game consoles, and their latest andheld gaming device, the Analogue Pocket, has unfortunately been delayed until May 2021 due to supply chain issues. On the bright side, pre-orders for the Analogue Pocket are set to begin on Monday, Aug. 3, at 8am PST, priced at $199.99 in black or white colors. Read more for a video and additional information.
Accessories include a Pocket Dock ($99.99) – allows you to connect the device to a display via HDMI, and play with up to four wireless or wired USB controllers – a transparent hard-shell case ($29.99), tempered glass screen protector ($15.99), a Pocket-to-Pocket link cable ($15.99) for multiplayer and cartridge adapters for Neo Geo Pocket Color, Atari Lynx, and Sega Game Gear ($29.99 each).
Not too much has changed since we first saw it, but we do know it features a 3.5-inch, 615 ppi LTPS LCD screen and support for GB Studio, a free drag-and-drop game editor that supports Game Boy emulators. This allows developers to generate .pocket files onto an SD card that can be run on Pocket.