Best choice for me

Discussion in 'M3 Adapter' started by theaviator1105, Jan 13, 2010.

  1. theaviator1105
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    I currently have a DS Lite and I have no plans to upgrade in the future. Would the M3i zero be the best choice for me? Or should I go with something cheaper? Also whats the best place to order from from the US realhotstuff seems to be expensive, but I am looking for fast shipping.
     
  2. Lilith Valentine

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    An M3i Zero would be your best choose in my option
    It is filled with lots of features and a has a very active team behind it.
    Plus if you do go to a DSi then you don't even need to buy a new card
     
  3. Juanmatron

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    M3i Zero, Acekard2i and Ez-Flash Vi.

    Well, you can wait to Supercard DSTWO with GBA and SNES emulator full compatible if you have DSi of course.
     
  4. Krestent

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    Why?
     
  5. Lilith Valentine

    Lilith Valentine GBATemp's Wolfdog™ I drool on my knife

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    That's a good question, shouldn't it work on the other DS's?
     
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    I presume the emulators will take advantage of the extra processing power the DSi has over the original DS, although they may still work but at a slower frame rate.
     
  7. lolzed

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    no...the DSTWO supports GBA/SNES emu on both DS/L and DSi,it uses its own hardware,this is true since even with the DSi hardware,it can't emulate GBA and SNES,plus,no way to take advantage of it's hardware in DS mode now will it ladies?
    edit:a little common sense can go a long way [​IMG]
     
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    I had a problem getting a M3i Zero to work with my DS Lite (see thread), so I would recommend a M3 Real. Of course my M3i Zero troubles may have been an isolated issue, but if you don't plan on ever getting a DSi then the M3 Real will work great for you. Or you could wait for the DSTwo, but I'm not sure when that is coming out... plus, I've always been a fan of M3.

    I live in the US and ordered from realhotstuff. They may cost a little more, but they are reliable and ship fast (they ship out of NJ).
     
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    Is there any real difference between the real and the zero? Does everything that works for the zero work for the real as well?
     
  10. Magmorph

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    The only difference is the zero works on DSi. Other than that they are the same.