Revo Is Ready To Roll

I just found this posted by MaxZhou88 over on the Baidu forums. I know it seems to be taking rather a long time, but it looks like it’s finally ready to go. I’d say the box art turned out pretty well, what do you think?

12 Replies to “Revo Is Ready To Roll”

  1. i cant remember if it could link up with a regular gba/sp, and if it could run regular carts/flashcarts.

    1. It can link with another Revo or K1 or original GBA and it can play original carts. It works with some Flashcarts but not all.

  2. So many great handhelds this year. GCW, Archos, JXD S5600, I’ll be getting this one too.

  3. What exactly is this device? With all the sources I’ve looked through, it doesn’t explain that clearly. Is it just a GBA clone?

    1. http://obscurehandhelds.wordpress.com/2012/07/16/a-round-up-of-k101-images/

      It’s a hardware clone. Only 2 of these exist, the K1 and the Revo (previously known as the K101). All those others on DX and wherever else are just emulators, the hardware clone offers much higher compatibility and accuracy than an emulator can. 😀

      1. Right on. If my GBA SP breaks I may pick one of these up. But I really have my eyes on the GCW Zero right now.

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  5. Excellent ! This GBA is very well done.
    I’m waiting for more info from your blog, especially how to order this device.

    1. You can already pre-order it on k1gbasp.com, but they are waiting for stock. I guess it will be very soon now.

      1. I prefer to order than to pre-order.
        The GCW is appealing too.

        1. Fair enough, me too really. I will let everyone know once the unit is in stock. The GCW Zero does look great too, but they’re very different machines. I have a Zero on pre-order, I hope it will arrive before Christmas time.

      2. No wonder I follow your blog 😀
        I have the same tastes. I enjoyed the dingoo so much and the GCW seems very close to it.
        I played some GBA games on the Dingoo and teh GCW is more powerful so it will allow more than just GBA.
        On the other hand the Revo is almost there and quite cheap for a perfectly designed machine (and will allow to play original cartridges).

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