FPGA or bust?
Analogue is responsible for some of the most accurate hardware clones money can buy, having already released systems that emulate the performance of the NES, SNES and Mega Drive at a hardware level, bringing reference-quality emulation to a burgeoning retro market.
Having created FPGA-based clones of the leading 16-bit consoles, many have been waiting expectantly to see what Analogue does next. A recent trademark filing may have given the game away; the company has filed trademarks for a handheld console called the Analogue Pocket, as well as another mystery system called the Analogue 8.
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