1. huh123

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    From the people that brought the NT (NES), Super NT (SNES)...

    In four flavors.

    There are videos out now, but nothing else so far and the website is bogged down for the hype

    What is known so far:
    - $189 (USD)
    - No 32x???

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    Demo:

     
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  2. kuwanger

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    In one word: blah. MiSTer does a lot more and may some day support SNES. I'd rather they had just built one unit and added a bunch of cores, supported USB gamepads, and offered a separate cheap rom dumper per system. Selling $150+ per system is absurd.
     
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    Oh, I know about the mister. Also, you're spending 130+ on the boards and all anyways. I'm holding off on mister for now, but as of the moment, this is all about analogue.
     
  4. kuwanger

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    I'm holding off...for who knows how long. At the moment I'm content with emulation. What I'd really like to see is more effort to standardize on cores* so there's not duplication of effort. :/ Of course that's probably wishful thinking.

    * I know that's non-trivial and may be impossible without locking down to a specific FPGA.
     
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