Nintendo launched the NES Classic Edition on November 11. This tiny console comes with 30 NES games preloaded and runs on Linux. As a single-board computer, it is packed with an Allwinner R16 System on a Chip, SKHynix 256MB RAM, and Spansion 512MB flash. The NES Classic Edition, is a miniature replica of the system released in the US in 1985. The Classic Mini comes with an HDMI cable, an AC adapter and one NES Classic Controller, with additional controllers able to be bought for a suggested price of $9.99. The console costs $60

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