DSlite slot2 GBA cart plz

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  1. .TakaM
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    Okay, I've pretty much given up on finding a GBAmicro, and I've decided to just settle for a slot2 card for my DSlite.
    So let me run through the things I want:

    - Fits flush just like the DSlite dustcover
    - available in black
    - 100% or close to GBA rom compatibility
    - microSD storage
    - Drag n drop

    I don't really care about skins or GBA homebrew now, I just want to be able to have a ton of GBA games available for my flight in 5 weeks.
    And I've still got my R4 if that means anything
     
  2. Rayder

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    By your criteria, you'd want an M3 lite Perfect. They are kind of expensive, but they are worth it.

    Unfortunately though, NO slot2 card supports pure drag-n-drop. ROMs will have to be patched through their patcher program to work.

    Here's a review: (pics appear to be missing from the review.....probably a forum upgrade bug)

    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=37063
     
  3. raulpica

    raulpica With your drill, thrust to the sky!

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    There's a Slot2 Card that supports Drag-n-drop, it's the Extreme Flash Advance II (EFAII, you can find a review here on GBATEMP) but it's not a flush fit in a DS Lite [​IMG]

    I think you should get a M3 Lite Perfect... It's a flush-fit, and it supports MicroSD.
     
  4. .TakaM
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    Yah I think I'll go with the M3 Lite perfect, recommend any places to buy one?
     
  5. raulpica

    raulpica With your drill, thrust to the sky!

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    Sorry, can't help you on this one [​IMG]

    A lot of people buys from DealExtreme, but some complain that's it's a bit slow in shipping.
     
  6. JPH

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    I recommend buying from RealHotStuff for any and all flashcarts.

    M3 Lite Perfect on RealHotStuff (it's $72 USD, but it's definitely worth it)

    Great choice on deciding to grab an M3 Lite (you won't be disappointed) [​IMG]

    If you need help with setting it up and using, PM me, my good sir [​IMG]

    Also, Costello wrote a helpful guide for setting up & using the M3.
     
  7. .TakaM
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    thanks you guys [​IMG]
     
  8. Regiiko

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    Where're you going, btw? o.O
     
  9. DanTheManMS

    DanTheManMS aka Ricochet Otter

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    You should be good to go with an M3 Lite Perfect from RHS. They're usually very fast with their shipping (I got my product in 3 days), and the prices are fairly decent.
     
  10. innercy

    innercy GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    from above quote, m3 lite perfect is exactly the flashkart that u wish for. minus u need to patch your rom 1st...