A new handheld video game system with a built-in sequencer and synthesiser has been launched.
The Analogue Pocket is a modular gaming system which comes with the chiptune synth Nanoloop. You can get an idea of how it works via the video below.
The device is compatible with Game Boy, Game Boy Color and Game Boy Advance cartridges, and also has the capability to be used with systems such as Game Gear and Neo Geo Pocket Color via adaptors. Gamers will also be able to dock the device to big screens so they can get a clearer view of the games they're playing.
The Analogue Pocket will be released for purchase in 2020 and will retail at $199.99. You can find out more about the device here.
Read DJ Mag's feature on how gaming became electronic music's newest frontier here.