One Card Solutions

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by kram101, Dec 21, 2006.

  1. kram101
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    kram101 Newbie

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    OK,
    Have a DS lite and need a solution for Homebrew/backup games.

    I know the M3 lite and Passcard3 card is good however Have just read about one card solutions.

    2 Solutions I know of is the SUPERCARD DS ONE and the M3 DS Simply.

    Both are about the same price and use the same Micro SD card, but which is better?

    I have yet to find any screenshots on the interface, maybe becuase these units have only just been released, but I know in the past, the Supercard interface was simple, where the M3 interface was easier to use.
    Hopefully it is the same.

    So if anyone has a card, are they truly a one card solution (so no need for a cart)?

    Which is beter, and which is the better interface.

    I looked on the M3 offical site, and they dont even list the DS Simply as a product yet.... Hellllp.
     
  2. corbs132

    corbs132 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    your forgetting dsx, ds-link, dscard, acekard, etc etc endless list
     
  3. kram101
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    kram101 Newbie

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    Ok thanks for that. So there are many, if this is the case, why would people still buy the 2 card solution. That is if they still want GBA support I suppose.

    Myself I dont need GBA support, all I need is able to play DS games, and Movies and that sort of thing. So any recommendations of the best card, easy to use, good interface and SD card (micro) support?

    Thanks guys.
     
  4. juggernaut911

    juggernaut911 GBAtemp Slut!

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    DS-X!!!
     
  5. yee

    yee DOTA 4EVER

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    DS-X is overrated and expensive.

    All the new Slot-1s can do exactly the same thing as the DS-X, but use removable and upgradable MicroSDs and are cheaper.
     
  6. Sinkhead

    Sinkhead yay p1ngpong.

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    I would put my money with a trusted company, like SuperCard or M3.
    But that's just me.

    - Sam
     
  7. SuperDinoYoshi

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    Im curious about that win company's solutions. If theirs comes with a RAM / Rumble expansion pack, Im in.
     
  8. Hunnie

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    It all depends on your liking.
    I chose supercard ds one, because I trust that company
    from reviewing its past . [​IMG]
     
  9. SuperDinoYoshi

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    Well besides GBA support, what problems are they running into?
     
  10. throwingks

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    Compatibility with DS games and homebrew.
    DS-X does real well with both.
     
  11. natkoden

    natkoden Not a New Member

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    I choose M3 Simply

    A product we can trust in, and cheaper
     
  12. leetdude_007

    leetdude_007 Official GBAtemp Assassin That Has Never Killed An

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    The key on finding out which one is most suitable for you is... patience. There is just not enough info out there to make a sound decision.