http://www.ezflash.cn/product/ez-flash-redux/ Images from the link Features The first MicroSD card side plug design in the market Support all region 3DS console up to v10.7 Firmware upgradable Multi-ROM support A9LH compatible SDHC/SDXC support, maximum capacity up to 128GB FAT32/exFAT support SysNAND backup EmuNAND support Homebrew compatible EZ-FLASH decades quality guarantee Saw it mentioned on IRC and found that on their main site. http://www.gateway-3ds.net/ez-flash-redux-flashcart-supports-3ds-up-to-v107-for-3ds-roms.html has them listed at £35. Current rates are not favourable for GBP but that is around $45 US, 40 Euros and 60 Australian. http://fxtop.com/en/currency-converter.php if you need others. The "Support all region 3DS console up to v10.7" is probably of interest as it presumably means it is exploit based rather than something like the sky3ds, though if nothing else the features it claims Anyway for those unaware the EZFlash team have been making flash carts since the GBA (for instance here is a review of their second flash cart that was posted in 2004 http://gbatemp.net/threads/ez-flash-2-powerstar-512-review.22929/ ). For the most part they have been pretty good, if not some of the best at the time. What goes here with the 3ds now such a custom firmware dominated world I am not sure (maybe it is easier to swap out than messing with NAND images?), still worth sharing though. I imagine GBAtemp will find one to play with from somewhere but for the meantime just some info.