Gold LE and Famicom LE limited to 50 units each
We’ve been keeping a keen eye on the Analogue Nt since it was first announced as we’re massive fans of the Analogue Interactive CMVS systems released in the past. By the sound of things this highly-refined NES system has been a real hit with fans, as the first production run is totally sold out.
However, the company isn’t done teasing your wallet yet. It has just announced two limited edition variants, both retailing for $599 each.
The Gold LE features a gold anodized enclosure with white controller ports. Every unit sports a transparent polycarbonate baseplate, so you can see exactly how beautiful your Analogue Nt is inside.
Inspired by the Nintendo Famicom, the Famicom LE has a red anodized body, gold anodized dust flaps and white controller ports. Every unit sports a transparent polycarbonate baseplate, so you can see exactly how beautiful your Analogue Nt is inside.
Analogue Interactive has also confirmed that the second production run of the standard Analogue Nt – which costs $499 – will be the final one, as core components are now becoming difficult to source. This second run will be limited to just 300 units, and like the limited edition consoles detailed above, will come with a transparent polycarbonate baseplate and dual output composite video with HDMI upgrade.
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