New DS Flash Kit - Express Card

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Jan 12, 2007
  1. shaunj66
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    New DS Flash Kit - Express Card

    Slot 1 chacker clones, ahoy!








    Yet another slot 1 card has been announced. It's the "Express Card" and has internal NAND flash memory, how much memory however, they don't seem to want to mention. Though it's most likely 8Gbit. The Express card comes with a GBA cart style linker that follows the trend of the DS Fire and N-Card.
     
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    they just keep coming...
     
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    Man there are more flashkits than games coming out. thatz funny. [​IMG]
     
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    Who copies on who? Or shall we say, who makes dupes of its own trash under a different brand to make more green ? [​IMG]
    This and the CycloDS look alike, both use the slot-2 flashcart to upload content to the slot-1 ...quite fishy if you ask me [​IMG]
     
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    Jesus Christ...
     
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    not another one :| gbatemp mods are going to be busy writing all the reviews:(
     
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    I dunno about the CycloDS, that's just a supercard clone... but all of these using the slot-2 USB linker are made by DSGBA (http://www.dsgba.com).
     
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    I think there will be some point when no-one NEEDS a ds flashcard anymore.. the market gets too crowded with newcomers, peope don't know what to buy = less profit to flashcard builders = they stop supporting their flashcards.

    I'm gonna stay on my M3 miniSD.
     
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    Well, haha I guess we will always have an option, [​IMG] There is so many of these now and theyre pretty much no names too.
     
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    one more month until diddy kong racing comes out so get ready to go bananas.
     
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    You should visit hong kong... there's loads more there than what you guys already think of as "loads"
     
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    See my comment on the DS fire,as this,the DS Fire AND the DS Linker are pretty much the same product just with different packaging and cart colours!!:

    DS Linker summary

    Tony
     
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    Lowest cost of owning.
     
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    Makes me wonder if the GBA USB adapter can be used for anything more useful than just linking to the DS Slot memory...
     

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