Drag&Drop SDHC or similar support flashcard?

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  1. Punkonjunk
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    Hey, so I have a supercard SD laying around, and I was thinking a gameboy micro with some solid games on it would be great for just keeping in the ol' fanny pack. I'm looking for one that could probably hold most of the library, so I'm hoping there is a GBA flashcard that:
    Can use MicroSDHC or SDHC cards up to 16gbs.
    Works/very high compatability.
    Hopefully has drag and drop file support and doesn't need each rom converted.

    If not on the last one, that's OK. If there is nothing like this, or the Supercard SD is still a solid system, I may just stick with that.
     
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    It uses a miniSD, not a microSD. You can use a micro to miniSD adaptor. To avoid complications, getting a real miniSD is preferred.
     
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    Sounds like my supercard SD is going to do the job then, huh? Looks like there isn't any alternative that is really effective. Sigh. Might be worth it to just fix up my PSP, I've never encountered any issues with Kai's Gpsp. or maybe it's time for a PSPgo...
    Thanks for the help, man.
     
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    An EZ-IV would play GBA games better than the Supercard SD (due to the slowdown issues with GBA games on Supercards), but yeah, all three of your points are still not going to happen.
     

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