Earlier today, it was announce that Analogue will be releasing a Nintendo Game Boy clone for the modern era. More details have now been released on the upcoming product, and it's looking to be a pretty advanced piece of hardware.
The price for the handheld is a bit steep, with an MSRP of $199. Adjusting for inflation, the original Game Boy costed $169 ($89.99 in 1989). Taking that into account, the price seems a bit more reasonable.
The specs on the system are pretty impressive. Playing Game boy games on a 3.5-inch LCD screen with as high of a resolution as 1600 x 1440 has got to provide a very sharp and clean picture. The ability to play on the TV through a dock via HDMI is a huge plus, and the handheld will support Bluetooth controllers.
Analogue Pocket is a rechargeable, clean, and impressive Game boy redesign launching next year!