Best Flash Carts Still available for purchase?

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Feb 10, 2010
  1. Scone
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    Recently purchased a GB Micro after upgrading my DS to a DSi. Seeing as the the whole point of a micro is portability I've decided to invest in a flash cart as opposed to lugging half my collection around with me. However finding one of the things is giving me some trouble. Ive read some great reviews for several models however none of them still seem to be in production or are readily available. So as the title sugests, can anyone point me in the right direction of a good GBA cart still in circulation?

    EDIT: Just realized this is in the wrong section. Fantastic.
     
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    The Ez Flash IV would be the best way to go. It's still available and reletively cheap
    If you search hard you can find an M3 Lite but they are expensive
     
  4. gtmtnbiker

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    The EZ Flash is probably your cheapest option. The best card in my opinion is the M3 Perfect. You can get it here at: http://shop.01media.com/info.asp?ProductID=16473

    Roughly $74 shipped. I bought a second card from that site about 2 months ago.
     
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    Keep in mind if you do buy an M3 Perfect these days, you'll likely need to replace its battery right out of the box. I don't believe they came with a particularly high-quality battery installed in the first place, and most have run out of juice sitting around for so long.
     

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