Hardware GBA knock off?

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upcboy

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So I have a fried wanting a micro and while looking for one I noticed that its hard to find a decent price on any gba system. And it hit me what will I do when my GBA Micro finally dies? Which brings me to my question. Are there any knock off systems? I know we have them
For the Nes and snes and they are much older than the GBA but has anyone see a knock off version that plays the carts?
 

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How...how could you not find a well-priced GBA system? Micros are more expensive, sure, but...like original GBAs go for...$20-$30, GBA SPs around $50 and GBM's...what, $60-$80?
 

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The K-Team SP clone is the way to go if you want a knock-off, since it actually uses copied hardware instead of emulation.. But getting a hold of it is a bit of a hassle though.

Anyway, there are no knock-offs for the Micro and only the GBA/SP. Might be better to just get one of those systems really if you are concerned with the price
 
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