An analogue pocket portable handheld with a multi-video-game system. A digital audio workstation with a sequencer and synthesizer built in. This is an homage to portable gaming.
Pocket works with the 2,780+ Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance game cartridge library right out of the box.
Pocket is also compatible with cartridge adapters for other handheld devices. As in Game Gear. Colored Neo Geo Pocket. Atari Lynx, Atari ST, and more. *Two FPGAs were used to design the entire system.
Analogue Pocket Technical Specifications
|Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance game cartridges.
|360° display rotation (tate mode)
|Rechargeable lithium ion 4300mAh battery
|6-10 hour gameplay time & 10+ hour sleep time
|All buttons mappable
|micro SD card slot
|Original-style link port
|3.5mm headphone output
|1080p HDMI output
|Bluetooth & 2.4g support for wireless controllers
|2 USB inputs for wired controllers
|Up to 4 player support (4p Bluetooth, 2p 2.4g, 2p wired USB)
|DAC compatible, Power Dock on from controller
- AP_01 Game Gear adapter
- AP_02 Neo Geo Pocket + Neo Geo Pocket Color adapter
- AP_03 Atari Lynx adapter
Analogue Pocket Features:-
The Pocket is built around a first-in-class 3.5″ LCD with 615 PPI. Pocket has a resolution of 1600×1440, which is 10 times that of an original Game Boy. Yeah.
People can’t believe what they are hearing. Color accuracy, dynamic range, and brightness are all at a professional level. Gorilla Glass is even used for the display. In a video game system, there has not been a display this powerful.
The greatest homage to handheld gaming is Pocket. Designers created cartridge adapters for the Game Gear, Neo Geo Pocket, and Atari Lynx so you can fully experience the history of portable gaming.
Analogue Pocket is no longer simply for games. It’s used to make music. Nanoloop, a digital audio workstation embedded into Analogue Pocket, is a built-in feature.
It’s a synthesizer and a sequencer all rolled into one. Designed for live performance and music composition. Sounds can be shaped, stretched, and morphed. Record music or perform live sculpting.
Pocket To MIDI USB-A Cable
Sync Nanoloop to any MIDI-enabled DAW or software by connecting Pocket to a Mac or PC through USB-A.
Pocket To MIDI IN Cable
Connect Pocket to MIDI and use Nanoloop in sync with MIDI devices such as keyboards, synths, and more.
Pocket To Analog Sync Cable
Sync the Pocket to other Pockets, as well as external hardware and instruments, using Analog Sync.
Pocket To Pocket Link Cable
Using the original-style link port, connect two Pockets running Nanoloop.
Except for the first GB, all cables are compatible with the original GB, GBC, and GBA models.
Sleep & Wake
Pocket will halt gameplay and enter a low-power sleep mode if users press the power button. To resume where users left off, press the power button one again.
Original Display Modes
Transform the display on ones Pocket into that of an original GB, GBC, or GBA. All the quirks and all. The 615ppi display on the Pocket enables for incredibly realistic reproduction of original hardware display features such as backlight LCD effects, pixel grid patterns, and LCD subpixel patterns.
Play Pocket On The Big Screen
Analogue Dock is a fantastic addition to Pocket. Pocket may be connected to the HDTV using Dock. For wireless play, connect any wireless 8BitDo Bluetooth or 2.4g controller immediately to Dock.
Support for up to four players. One can also connect controllers to a computer through wired USB.
Pocket Hard Case
Pocket is designed to be displayed on any shelf and to be shown off when people are on the go.
GB Studio is a drag-and-drop retro game builder for any favorite portable video game system that is simple to use. It lets anyone to use GB Studio to create proprietary pocket files and execute them from any SD card.
Pocket was created with FPGA development in mind. A second dedicated FPGA has been added specifically for developers to design and transfer their own cores. Humans believe developers will be able to achieve incredible things using Analogue’s own hardware and scalers.
How Big Is The Analogue Pocket?
For one thing, even though it includes the Ever drive (which allows users to save hundreds of games on a single cartridge), one can’t put the system to sleep while using it. Whereas the Pocket’s screen is the perfect size and resolution for Game Boy, GBA games are played in widescreen.
Do They Still Make Game Boy?
Even after the debut of its second successor, the Game Boy Advance, in 2001, production of the Game Boy continued into the early 2000s. In 2003, production came to an end.
What Happened Analog Pocket?
On October 16, 2019, the Analogue Pocket was shown. Since the initial Pocket press announcement, it has been postponed three times. The device has been delayed until December 2021 due to global chip shortages caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Analogue.
Analogue Pocket does not play copyrighted firmware files; instead, it uses the cartridge slot to play heritage game cartridges. Analogue Pocket was not created with software emulation in mind.
It is created with the use of a specific hardware chip known as an FPGA, which implements functionality at the transistor level. Analogue Pocket does not use any other entity’s bios files. All of the hardware is designed by Analogue.
All trademarks are owned by their respective companies. Games are shown to demonstrate Pocket compatibility. Cartridge adapters are required for compatibility with Sega Game Gear, Neo Geo Pocket Color, and Atari Lynx games. Nanoloop cables are sold separately and are not included with Pocket.
7GB Studio 2020 was founded in the year 2020. Deadeus 2020 -IZMA- 9 Chris Maltby With the display set to default brightness, the battery life of the Pocket is estimated to be 6 hours. 10 Nanoloop 2021 is a project that will take place in the year 20 Wittchow, Oliver.