Hacking What is the difference between M3 Lite Perfect and M3 mini-SD Perfect?

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Well, as the title states, I was wondering what is the difference between the versions of this M3 card:
M3 Lite MicroSD Perfect.
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M3 mini-SD Perfect.

I should also mention that the one I choose needs to fit to GBA SP(The lite perfect is gonna fit with GBA shell right?),
and that if there is no substantial difference I will prefer the cheaper of those two.

Thanks!
 

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Basically it means that the MicroSD perfect uses a micro SD, and the mini sd a mini SD.
Mini sd sticks out, micro sd comes with a GBA shell.

So I'd go with the micro if I were you. Micro SD is more common than mini as well.
 

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Whizz said:
Basically it means that the MicroSD perfect uses a micro SD, and the mini sd a mini SD.
Mini sd sticks out, micro sd comes with a GBA shell.

So I'd go with the micro if I were you. Micro SD is more common than mini as well.
So except the mini-SD/micro-SD thing, there is ABSOLUTELY NO DIFFERENCE between the Lite Perfect one and the Perfect one?
 

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