Monday, May 19, 2014

The odd, disc-driven SB2000 Famiclone

Now, I frankly cannot tell you much about this incredibly weird SB2000 Famiclone that recently appeared on eBay and cannot even be sure whether it really is retro or not. What I do though know is that what you see above is a wildly intriguing Nintendo Famicom compatible clone that comes with a disc-drive, keyboard, mouse, cartridge slot and its very own BASIC. It essentially is a Famicom-powered 8-bit micro you can find out more about here.

The particular console on offer comes complete in its box and appears to be actually new. Mouse, keyboard, a couple of controllers, all required leads, manuals, floppy discs and power supply are handily included. Seller ships worldwide.


  1. that pc looks very interesting, never seen anything like it.
    if it really plays famicom carts that would be something i'd buy for sure.

  2. it really does run Famicom carts,
    and pretty nicely too.
    i've even tried mine with the Datach joint rom system end game genie and honybee converter,
    all works very well if you have the space,
    it's a pretty big setup.