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Discussion in 'M3 Adapter' started by archagon, Jan 2, 2007.
What's the difference between this ("M3 Lite Pro") and this ("M3 Perfect Lite")?
From GBATemp's review of the M3 Lite Pro:
Ah, I see. Thank you.
Which of those two products has the built in ram? Or do both of them do?
Neither, both "Lites" use MicroSD.
Oh.. hm, in terms of using one of the m3 adapters as the ram expansion for the hacked Opera browser, (which I plan to put the files on my dsx), then which M3 adapter could I use in juncton with the dsx?
Ah. I misunderstood what you were asking. I was thinking of built-in storage.
From what I've read, the M3 Pro doesn't have the internal ram required for the DS Browser to work. But the M3 Perfect does.
Ah ok. Thanks for the reply. Greatly appreciated
From the gameyeeeah description of Professional.
"Supports GBA Games (32M Max), "
I'm guessing it's 32Mbits which is a bad thing for GBA games?
Not necessarily bad, but a lot (most?) GBA games are over 32Mbit in size
2 Mbit GBA Games
4 Mbit GBA Games
8 Mbit GBA Games
16 Mbit GBA Games
32 Mbit GBA Games
Some notable games of that size are Advance Wars 1, all the Mario Advance games, and Mario Kart. But thats about it for good stuff.
the difference is probably bridged and unbridged connectors (ex. R4 and M3 Simply)... so in other words, they will probably be exactly the same.
No. They took out the hardware that made GBA games run.
Nope, the physical hardware difference is that the Pro comes with less memory used for running GBA roms (only enough for up to 32mbit in size), whereas the Perfect comes with enough to run all GBA roms. This allows the Pro cart be sold at half the price of the Perfect.