"M3 DS Simply" Slot 1 card

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Dec 6, 2006

"M3 DS Simply" Slot 1 card by felix123 at 10:13 AM (3,085 Views / 0 Likes) 20 replies

  1. felix123
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    2nd generation storage device (works on unflashed ds)
    100% NDS rom support.
    Clean rom. Drag and drop.
    FAT32 format on MicroSD.
    Under US$25

    No GBA function, no built in PDA. No release date yet.

    There will be another product "M3 DS Real" later.
     


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    amazing if true and it works great. hope it does!
     
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    slot 1 from m3 team???

    *excited*

    if it has 100% compatibility with fat32, then screw acekard
     
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    This interests me alot!

    but particularly if the 100% compatabilty claim remains true (i have my doubts)

    the perfect slot 1 cart for me needs

    drag and drop
    100% compat with no slowdowns
    all wifi compatable (if possible)
    passme usage

    since u can get gba and homebrew support easily on slot 2 devices.

    acekard nearly satisfies the criteria. it just needs drag and drop and wifi isn't 100%
     
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    Very interesting indeed, looks like my DS-X will not last the 6 months I hoped it would. But you won't find me complaining if this M3 card turns out to be great. Nope you'll find me in line with my money out, buying one.

    I want more information, what will be the difference between "Simply" and "Real", will it be like the M3/G6? The mind boggles [​IMG]

    As for my wishlist of features other than what was listed, I'm hoping for:
    -Compatibility as good as M3 or DS-X ( I don't buy in to the 100% compatibility "myth")
    -Download play to unflashed DS
    -Touch screen OS support
     
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    acekard has 100% so far....
     
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    This is the most promising cart EVER.
    If the specs are true, then this is the ultimate cart.

    Perfect 100% compatibility, drag & drop, multi OS compatible, removable memory, cheap price, ... ultimate!
    I can't wait to know more about this!
     
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    under $25 you sure?
     
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    I don't see how they can do it for $25... would there even be a profit?
     
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    If you add in transport costs, exchange rate costs and the margin of the reseller, you probably aren't going to get it for $25.
     
  11. thegame07

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    [​IMG] i dont think thats true if it is thats the best nds flash card lol $25 plus 100% rom works:D dont think so lol
     
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    well that is the rumored chinese equivalent price. once something gets sold in the west the price gets jacked up. but i reckon it might still be possible considering the price of cards such as n-card (which has extra hardware to facilitate transfer). not to mention these cards are cheap to make so they are definitely making a profit, and a reasonable one i'm sure.
     
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    i see:> yes but by how much do they get jacked up ?
     
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    I'm thinking the price is going to be around $40.
     
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    cheap enough [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    hell, i would buy this for 60, but thats top.
    i spent 100 back then for a m3 CF
    and then 50 on a supercard minisd(stolen :[)

    i was about to get a supercard lite rumble, but i really think the m3 team is so great.
     
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    Yeah if it's $25 there it will be $50 once it gets to the US. Still cheap.
     
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    Actually, only 2.
    And it's actually quite logical it's so cheap compared to the G6, cause the G6 has onboard expensive storage, which costs more then external memory. (which you need to buy for the M3 DS Simply too, so the comparison is not entirely correct)
    And it also has expensive RAM which GBA carts need to play GBA games.
    Those are 2 things that make the Slot2 carts that are able to play GBA games expensive. So it's no wonder that Slot1 carts will be cheaper, the SuperCard DS Slot1 is even a few dollars cheaper...
     

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