Nintendo NES-101

The Nintendo NES-101 (also known as the NES 2) was a more compact version of the NES that was released in 1993, after the Super NES had come out. It used a top-loading cartridge method, as opposed to the not-as-robust slot of the NES, and had a new controller design similar to that of the Super NES. The NES-101 was initially priced at $49.99 and was only sold for a short period of time.

  • Status: Discontinued
  • Availability date: Oct. 15, 1993
  • Price at launch: $49.99

Basic Specs

Controller connection Wired
Game media Cartridge
Backwards compatibility NES

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Tech Specs

Also Known As...
Alias Control Deck, Top Loader, NES 2, New Famicon, AV Famicon
Hardware
Color White / Red / Gray / Black
Exterior surface Matte
Performance
CPU brand Ricoh
CPU model 2A03
CPU speed 1.79 MHz
GPU brand Ricoh
GPU model 2C02
RAM 2 KB
Ports
Audio / Video output Proprietary
Physical controller port(s) 2
Controller connection Wired
Software
Game media Cartridge
Backwards compatibility NES
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