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Analogue Pocket - FPGA GB/GBC/GBA + More

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1 hour ago, Wiper said:

Delighted to see yet another retro handheld which has opted to go for iconic rather than ergonomic form-factor, abstracting the Gameboy's design rather than, you know, something actually comfortable to hold. I guess I really will just have to get my hands on an AGS-101-modded original GBA at some point.

Go for one of the new v2 ips screens instead. Meant to be much nicer. 

 

I think with this though it’s less about the gameboy and more about what extra systems can be flashed. I would wait for the inevitable jailbreak firmware however. 

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Mmmhmmm, I recently bought an IPS modded GBA and it’s amazing. The screen is totally clear with none of that faint sort of grid/lines thing that the AGS-101 screens have.

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8 hours ago, Ninja Doctor said:

Go for one of the new v2 ips screens instead. Meant to be much nicer. 

 

I think with this though it’s less about the gameboy and more about what extra systems can be flashed. I would wait for the inevitable jailbreak firmware however. 

 

They usually release the jailbreak on the same day as launch :lol:

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49 minutes ago, auntyclimax said:

Yeah, they're latest tweet confirms the presence of a MicroSD slot which I wasn't aware of before now. 

 

all there products will have an sd slot, to upgrade the official firmware

 

doesnt this have an extra FPGA chip inside too?

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On 17/10/2019 at 18:59, Lorfarius said:

I'm buying one, I might keep it. That should be enough.

 

Since your problem with the GPi was the screen it seems fairly ideal.

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23 minutes ago, Dudley said:

 

Since your problem with the GPi was the screen it seems fairly ideal.

 

That was the first thing I looked at :lol: I'm all set... I still have to get rid of the GPi. @Nathan Wind has been strongly suggesting I trade it in for a Phillips CDi. I'm sorely tempted.

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Oh wow, I just read that the dock has an HDMI out and controller ports!


The idea of playing on the TV and then being able to pick it up and keep playing on the move, Switch style, is far more appealing.

 

Really need to know how much the adapters are for the other machines...

 

 

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4 hours ago, Goemon said:

Oh wow, I just read that the dock has an HDMI out and controller ports!


The idea of playing on the TV and then being able to pick it up and keep playing on the move, Switch style, is far more appealing.

 

Really need to know how much the adapters are for the other machines...

 

 

 

Or just pop the roms on MicroSD card and away you go...

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4 hours ago, Goemon said:

Oh wow, I just read that the dock has an HDMI out and controller ports!


The idea of playing on the TV and then being able to pick it up and keep playing on the move, Switch style, is far more appealing.

 

Really need to know how much the adapters are for the other machines...

 

 


im Still Waiting for the adaptors they promised for their other consoles!

 

 

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