I don’t know what it is with the GBA and grey market Chinese manufacturers, they just seem to love copying it in as many ways as they can. Maybe they love it as much as some of us do, I have some deeply nostalgic memories of my first generation GBA, and seeing strange reincarnations of it still cropping up 10 years later brings a happy smile to my face.
I am aware that there are a thousand GBA SP knockoffs out there already, but I think this is the first to incorporate a Micro SD slot and a TV output. I could be wrong on that so don’t hold me to it.
Here’s the spec copied from DX:
– 3.0″ LCD screen
– Portable game console MP3/MP4 multimedia player
– Supports TF card up to max. 32GB
– Built-in 2GB flash memory & Games
– Supports audio format: MP3/WMA/WAV/FLAC etc.
– Supports video format: MKV/AVI/MP4
– Supports TV-Output
– Supports GPSI games
– Built-in “direct deposit” technology
– Built-in “clock” system to support seamless game clock
– Built-in “instant archiving” system limits exceeded the original system can be stored in a
dynamic game progress at any time
– Built-in “soft reset out of the game” the system can not only facilitate the rapid
replacement of the game, and to maximize the protection of the host
– Built-in multi-language version of “interactive graphics” boot menu
– Built-in AGS-003 3.7~3.8V lithium battery
– Package includes:
– 1 x Game console
– 1 x Data Cable
– 1 x AV cable
– 1 x Power adapter (AC 100~240V)
Some of those bullet points are a bit ambiguous, but that’s half the fun ain’t it? Well I couldn’t resist anyway, so I’ll be sure to write up a review when it’s completed its long journey from the DX warehouse to England. In case you’re interested, they have 3 colours in stock, silver, black and blue.