You might have heard about a new device called the Analogue Pocket in recent days, which is a brand-new portable handheld console that can play Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance games out of the box with "no emulation", and includes support for various other systems as well. It contains a variety of features, but arguably the main selling point is its impressively high resolution screen.
It's been getting a ton of attention across the web since the first units started arriving in homes, and even some of the folks at Team Xbox have been sharing their excitement, such as Director of Project Management Jason Ronald:
Ronald's tweet was liked by a variety of Xbox employees and familiar industry members, including Xbox Content Planning Manager, Nick Zuclich and Lead Xbox Developer at Unity, Andrew Dennison. The Chief Engineer on the new Fable, David Springate, also confirmed he's getting an Analogue Pocket sometime this week.
Our sister site Nintendo Life recently took a look at the Analogue Pocket, stating that it "has been worth the wait":
"The firm's first attempt at a portable system has all the hallmarks of a device you'd associate with the Analogue name and actually goes way beyond what you'd assume a system like this would be capable of."
Unfortunately for Jason Ronald and any other Xbox employees who are in the market for an Analogue Pocket, they could be waiting until 2023, as the components are in short supply and the demand has been huge so far.
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