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Retro Consoles on a Modern TV - AV Cable Options Explained

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Over time technology has progressed, every new games console is more powerful, built with better graphics and alongside that, TV's have kept pace moving from analogue signals to almost lossless digital. In over 40 years of games console history starting with the Magnavox Odyssey up to the Nintendo Switch there have been a confusing array of differing video cables and connections. 

Below we'll take a look at the most common cables, explaining the differences and give you a good idea of the best options for hooking up your beloved retro console to your fancy high definition TV.

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Upgrade Your Gaming - The Best MicroSD Memory Card for Nintendo Switch

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Nintendo Switch might be a great console but there’s no shame in admitting that it really doesn’t come with a lot of storage space. With games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild taking 13.5GB of space it’s really easy for the meager 32GB storage to fill up. (with just 25.9GB available to users) If you want to play more than a single game on the go then you’ll definitely have to buy a Micro SD Card to expand the storage space for your Nintendo Switch but not all Micro SD cards are made equal. We’ve done the...

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Retro is King at MOSI Manchester

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The resurgence of retro gaming culture is clear to see but it was never more evident than the recent "Power Up" event at the Museum of Science & Industry (MOSI) in Manchester this August.

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Tech Retro Revival: The Rise Of The Old Guard

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Any colour can be the new black, but retro is definitely the new - NEW!
The resurgence of retro, in the UK in particular has seen a surge in popularity for the 'Old School'.

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