N-card

Discussion in 'Other Flashing Hardware & Software' started by chalupa, Aug 27, 2007.

Aug 27, 2007

N-card by chalupa at 8:41 PM (861 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. chalupa
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    Member chalupa GBAtemp Fan

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    kk so I have a friend who is about to get a flashcart... BUT he's on a budget and cant aford something like an R4 or G6... then theres the N-card.

    I dont want to get something very complicated for my dear friend (he's not good with computers) sooo I was hoping it would not be very hard to adjust too (it seems kinda intimidating) In the past I've messed with gbamp, M3cf's R4's and G6 real's so maybe I could do everything for him. is it hard to adjust to? [​IMG]
     
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    22.90 at dealextreme..

    That really cheap plus i havent heard anything about the n-card.

    good/bad.


    For 20ish more you can get a R4 w/ 1gb tf card.
    I'd go with the R4.
     
  3. chalupa
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    VERY LIGHT BUDGET
    took him forever just to get me $25 [​IMG]
     
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    More like 33 dollars more.
     
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    Actually, the N-Card is $29.90, not 22. Either way, though, if he has to have a flash card, then it's gotta be an N-Card.

    The only other cheap option is buying a DS-Link for about $11.50 at sky2k.com, but you'd need to buy a MicroSD card to go with it, and to the best of my knowledge you have to flash your DS to get it to run without buying a separate passcard.
     

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