Back in 2014, retro hardware company Analogue launched a redesigned NES called the Analogue Nt. The console costs $500 dollars and is made with original Nintendo developed components and a few added extras to modernize it. The Analogue Nt supports RGB and HDMI formats, so that you can play it on the most recent HDTVs, and it automatically upscales games to 720p or 1080p.

Unfortunately, the console is currently out of stock on their website, but there is another option. The company has just announced that they are making a 24-karat gold-plated Analogue Nt, which will cost you a hefty $5,000. There are only ten being produced, and the company is hoping collectors will want to buy them. All orders of the console will include a free copy of an NES original, gold-plated The Legend of Zelda cartridge to make you feel a bit better about parting with all that cash.

What do you think about the gold-plated Analogue Nt? Let us know in the comments below!

Source: Analogue

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