…if you’re willing to put up with some issues, that is.
Everyone seems to be talking about retro gaming handhelds these days, thanks in no small part to the long-awaited release of the gorgeous Analogue Pocket. Boasting FPGA power, a sleek design and fantastic screen, it’s little wonder that this portable gem is in high demand – and some people who have placed orders this year are being told they will have to wait until 2023 to get their hands on one. Eek.
If you’re tempted to splash $200 on an Analogue Pocket but don’t fancy waiting that long (or suffering a drop in overall quality) then there’s no shortage of vastly cheaper emulation-based handhelds on the market, the latest of which is the Miyoo Mini. While the name ‘Miyoo’ might not be instantly familiar, this Chinese company has pumped out plenty of similar products under different brands, including BittBoy and PocketGo. The Miyoo Mini feels like an evolution of the former, taking inspiration from the iconic Game Boy design.
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