Analogue Pocket handheld console delayed again, this time until October
The analog pocket, a retro all-purpose portable console for $ 199 able to play Game Boy, Game Gear, Neo Geo Pocket Color and Atari Lynx games from their original cartridges, has been delayed again. It was originally slated for release in 2020, but then and now supply chain challenges have caused the small business to push back on its plans.
Analogue is offering a full refund to anyone who has already pre-ordered a system and isn’t willing to wait until October, assuming the system is released at that time. According to the company’s blog, “There have been sudden and severe shortages of electrical components as well as logistical issues leading to a domino effect of challenges for almost everyone in the industry.” Separately, he tweeted that the Super Nt system will be replenished in April, with Mega SG and Dace following shortly after. 2021 could still be a good year for alternative consoles, – as long as the global shortage of chips does not interfere.