The Analogue Duo has two drives for CD-ROMs and Hucards and TurboChips. There are also accessory ports that support controllers and original hardware from Analogue. The Duo also supports 2.4g and Bluetooth and will sync up with any wireless 8BitDo Bluetooth or 2.4g controller directly.
Analogue Duo – NEC System
As a bonus, Analogue also announced a new adapter for Analogue Pocket which supports TurboGrafx-16 cartridges. This will be released separately in 2021.
Analogue is a hardware manufacturer founded in 2011 specializing in high-end retro consoles. Unlike emulators, Analgoue’s systems can play retro games directly from the source and can usually upres the games for modern TVs.
Analogue previously released the Analogue Nt and Super Nt for NES and SNES games as well as the Mega Sg for Sega systems. The most recent release was the Analogue Pocket which can play most handheld game cartridges.
Analogue says the Duo will be released in limited quantities in 2021 for $199.99. Check out IGN’s review of the Analogue Mega Sg for our take on Analogue’s previous retro hardware.
Matt T.M. Kim is a reporter for IGN.