Nintendo Super NES

The Super Nintendo Entertainment System was Nintendo's second home console, reaching North America in 1991. The SNES was the best-selling 16-bit system remaining popular, even while 32-bit consoles were being introduced. Despite coming to market after the Sega Genesis, its smaller library of games were loved by fans, especially Super Mario World, which was bundled with the system.

  • Status: Discontinued
  • Availability date: Sep. 9, 1991
  • Price at launch: $199.00

Basic Specs

Controller connection Wired
Game media Cartridge

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Tech Specs

Also Known As...
Alias Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo, SNES
Hardware
Color Gray / Purple
Exterior surface Matte
Performance
CPU brand Ricoh
CPU model 5A22
CPU speed 3.58 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
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