As part of the resurgence of the device, I was lucky enough to receive one of the new models to test out for myself. Having previously read the existing K101 Plus review, I had a general idea of what to expect, but once I had the device in hand I found it hard to disappoint. The package still came with everything included previously; the K101 Plus itself, Revo's K-Card (essentially an Everdrive like device that works exclusively on the K101 Plus) for accessing device settings and playing ROM backups, a small screwdriver to access the battery slot, a screen protector, a mini USB charger, and an AV cable for connecting it to a television set. From a design standpoint, I absolutely love the GameBoy Micro inspired Famicom Gold color scheme, and found that it fit perfectly in my slightly oversized hands with minimal issues as far as comfort goes. All of the buttons on the device itself, while not being a perfect 1-to-1 match as far as a traditional GBA experience goes, still worked flawlessly with no problems accepting inputs or being "sticky." The LCD screen is also a high point here, offering a crisp image and eight levels of backlight that can be changed right on the console and blowing the visibility of a standard GBA screen out of the water. I will admit that at first, it sorta felt strange to be using a clone device to play, but the more time I spent with it, the quicker that feeling dissipated.
Cheats can also be enabled from a menu that can be quickly accessed via one of the many hotkey combinations that the K-Card has to offer.
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