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Gameboy Advance SP review

I know that Matthew is going to be disappointed when he reads this (he’s been nagging me for days to write a review, but I just can’t get my thumbs off it long enough to write one…): Julie Strietelmeier from The Gadgeteer has written an excellent review that I cannot expect to outclass, so I’m just referring you to it here.
One addition I’d like to make: the Flash2Advance HiSpeedLinker is what makes the GameBoy even more interesting. If you want to get an idea of why a true Geek needs that, have a look at PogoShell, the Sega Master System Emulator, the Sinclair ZX Spectrum Emulator or the Nintendo NES emulator. And I haven’t even started to find out what else is there :)

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  1. The Gameboy Advance SP is surely “Advanced” ;). The wonderful new colors that are availaible, the built-in light, and the klapp screen are the pros. The Cons are that the finger space is limited, and that it dosen’t fit in many child pockets (Then I reccomend the Gameboy Pocket). Those are really all the cons. I, myself, have a Gameboy SP, and I am very pleased with the service it has given me. The Color Quality is great, and the low price of only approx. 100 US Dollars is amazing for the things it has to show. It is compatible with all previous games that Nintedo has put on the market. There is another problem, which is that it has no earphone jack. You need to buy it extra for approx. 15 US Dollars at any toy or electronic store. I am very pleased with this product- Good Work, Nintendo! :-Posted by Max Hess, Age 11, Kaiserslautern, Germany
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  2. The Gameboy Advance SP is surely "Advanced" ;). The wonderful new colors that are availaible, the built-in light, and the klapp screen are the pros. The Cons are that the finger space is limited, and that it dosen't fit in many child pockets (Then I reccomend the Gameboy Pocket). Those are really all the cons. I, myself, have a Gameboy SP, and I am very pleased with the service it has given me. The Color Quality is great, and the low price of only approx. 100 US Dollars is amazing for the things it has to show. It is compatible with all previous games that Nintedo has put on the market. There is another problem, which is that it has no earphone jack. You need to buy it extra for approx. 15 US Dollars at any toy or electronic store. I am very pleased with this product- Good Work, Nintendo! :-Posted by Max Hess, Age 11, Kaiserslautern, Germany
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