Nintendo SNS-101

The Nintendo SNS-101 (also known as the SNES 2 or SNES Mini) was a redesign of the SNES that was lighter, more compact, and cheaper than the original. It played the same games with very similar internals, and was designed as an entry level console for those not wanting to invest in a Nintendo 64.

  • Status: Discontinued
  • Availability date: Oct. 20, 1997
  • Price at launch: $99.95

Basic Specs

Controller connection Wired
Game media Cartridge
Backwards compatibility Super NES

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Tech Specs

Also Known As...
Alias SNES Mini, SNES 2, SNES Jr., SNS-101 Slimline SNES
Hardware
Color Gray / Purple
Exterior surface Matte
Performance
CPU brand Ricoh
CPU model 5A22
CPU speed 21 MHz
GPU brand Ricoh, Ricoh
GPU model 5c77, 5c78
Ports
Audio / Video output Proprietary
Physical controller port(s) 2
Controller connection Wired
Software
Game media Cartridge
Backwards compatibility Super NES
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