The Analogue Pocket’s Classic Limited Editions are priced at $249.99, up from the base variant’s $219.99 sticker value. However, that hike is not surprising, as the company also sold the Pocket’s transparent edition at the $249.99 value. The handheld’s Glow in the Dark edition was also a strictly limited edition affair and went for the same price.
The Pocket has been in high demand ever since its delayed launch, riding high on the tide of Nintendo nostalgia. Out of the box, it is ready for Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance game cartridges. But Analogue also sells adapters for more legacy consoles such as Atari Lynx, Game Gear, and the Neo Geo Pocket.
On the hardware side, you get a fairly sharp 3.5-inch screen with a resolution of 1600 x 1440 pixels, which the company says is nearly 10 times the GameBoy’s resolution. However, you can toggle the screen mode to get a feel of the retro Gameboy screens, down to color shifting and aspect ratio correction to get an authentic feel of those classic games.