Analogue — the company behind luxurious retro consoles such as the NES-based Analogue NT Mini and the upcoming Analogue Pocket and PC Engine / TurboGrafx-16 console, the Duo — have announced a restock of two previous systems, plus its DAC converter which makes a digital signal play nice with analogue displays.
The diminutive Super NT and the Mega SG (which play SNES/Super Famicom games and Mega Drive/Genesis games respectively) are due to be restocked and available to order on the company's website from 11am ET / 8am PT / 4pm BST / 5pm CET, as announced via Twitter:
The Super Nintendo-playing console, which replaced the exceptionally lovely (and far pricier) Analogue NT Mini, launched in 2018. The Sega equivalent arrived the following year, and both became hot items thanks to their overall quality, rather fetching design aesthetic, and the accuracy of its FGPA tech over other emulation options.
They might not be the cheapest way to play your 16-bit cart library, but they're certainly up there with the sexiest if you don't want the hassle of legacy hardware and displays.
Let us know below if you're tempted to place an order on one of these beauties, or if you've already for one (or both) in your possession.