Analogue Nt mini

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Analogue Nt mini
ManufacturerAnalogue, Inc.
Product familyAnalogue Nt
TypeHome video game console
Release dateJanuary 25, 2017
MediaGame cartridges, SD card
CPUAltera Cyclone V
DisplayHDMI (1080p, 720p, 480p), Analog (RGB, Component, S-video & composite)
Sound48kHz, 16-bit, digital and analog
ConnectivityNES-style controller ports (4), USB, Famicom expansion port, Famicom microphone input, HDMI output, Analog video output, Analog audio output (RCA)
Websitewww.analogue.co

The Analogue Nt mini[1] is an FPGA-based aftermarket Nintendo Entertainment System and Famicom designed and manufactured by Seattle based company Analogue, Inc. Distinct from the original Analogue Nt, the Nt mini is designed around an FPGA. [2]

With features such as 1080p HDMI, analog video (RGB, Component, S-Video, & Composite), analog audio (48kHz 16-bit), original NES-style controller ports, a Famicom expansion port, a Famicom microphone input, the Nt mini works with all NES, Famicom, Famicom Disk System cartridges and accessories from Nintendo's 8Bit era.[3] Like the original Analogue Nt, the Nt mini's enclosure is a solid aluminum unibody enclosure manufactured from 6061 aluminum. It is 20% smaller than the original Nt.[1]

Jailbroken Firmware[edit]

An alternative "Jailbroken" firmware for the Nt mini was "'unofficially'" released on February 3, 2017, by Analogue's lead electrical engineer, Kevin Horton.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Analogue Nt mini – Analogue". www.analogue.co. Retrieved 31 August 2017.
  2. ^ "The powerful and expensive Analogue Nt mini is the NES Classic's arch-rival". Retrieved 31 August 2017.
  3. ^ Webster, Andrew (26 January 2017). "The Analogue Nt mini NES supports Game Genie cheat codes, controller hotkeys, and more". The Verge. Retrieved 31 August 2017.
  4. ^ "FPGA Based Videogame System - Page 42 - Classic Gaming General". Retrieved 31 August 2017.