Découvrez les interprétations sophistiquées de Ayaneo sur la Game Boy et la Game Boy Micro.


The Analogue Pocket is known as the most advanced Game Boy capable of taking actual cartridges. However, Ayaneo has recently introduced two emulator-centric pocket computers that may give it some tough competition. One of them is a modern version of the original DMG-01 Nintendo Game Boy, now equipped with a 419ppi OLED screen.


The Pocket Micro stands out with its sleek design, twin joysticks, and horizontal layout, making it more practical than the Pocket DMG. It exudes a Sony Walkman vibe from certain angles, adding an element of nostalgia to its design.


Alongside the pocket computers, Ayaneo has also unveiled the AG01 “Graphics Starship” eGPU dock, a Super Famicom-themed retro power bank with a screen, and an updated version of Ayaneo’s Mac-inspired mini-PC. The mini-PC now features a tilting screen and offers a choice between AMD Ryzen 7 8845HS or Ryzen 9 8945HS chips, along with enhanced connectivity options.


The Pocket DMG runs on a Qualcomm G3x Gen 2 processor with an active cooling system, while the Pocket Micro is powered by a MediaTek Helio G99 chip. On the other hand, the AG01 eGPU boasts an AMD Radeon RX 7600M and offers a range of connectivity options for external displays and peripherals.


Ayaneo’s Retro Power Bank is a compact 45.6 watt-hour battery pack with a built-in OLED display for real-time monitoring. It supports fast charging via USB-C ports and is designed to provide a convenient power solution on the go.


While details on pricing and availability for these new products are yet to be disclosed, Ayaneo has hinted at an impending release of the Retro Power Bank. Stay tuned for more updates on the launch of these innovative devices from Ayaneo.


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