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The future of handheld gaming looks brighter than ever, thanks to Nintendo. Building on the success of the spectacular Game Boy Advance, Game Boy Advance SP features a revolutionary Front Light Screen making game play easy in any lighting condition. Powered by a rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery, you're good for about 10 hours of game play with only three hours needed to recharge. All current and future Game Boy Advance games are compatible with the new system, and just like the original GBA, GBA SP is backward compatible, allowing access to a massive library of games and accessories.
Nintendo Game Boy Advance Purple Console
$249.99 - $348.94
pros: Design, comfort, battery life
cons: No back light, library of games, buttons could be bigger
Old, but still amazing handheld system
The Game Boy Advance is 3rd in the Nintendo Handheld consol... See Full Review
pros: Built-in screen light, rechargeable battery, sleek portable design, fun games, extremely durable
cons: No headphone jack, scratches show
SP Must Mean Super Powerful!
Design: The SP is half the size of the DS and easily fits into a pocket. The clamshell design p... See Full Review
pros: Great game library, sleek design
cons: Long gaming sessions may be slightly uncomfortable for people with large hands
Still probably the best handheld console
Handheld gaming has always had its opponents; why settle for a bite-sized experience, even if you ha... See Full Review
pros: Long lasting battery, mutable speaker, small size, durable.
cons: Games aren't as complex or good looking as Playstation Portable.
Game Boy Advance: simple and durable
When I recently purchased a Game Boy Advance SP console I was mentally prepared for disappointment.... See Full Review
pros: Brighter screen, the ability to fold the screen down to protect it
cons: Small for larger adult hands only A and B and R and L buttons.
If only they had added the X and Y Buttons!!!!
I just now got a GBA SP. I have been putting it off because I have a GBA adapter for my gamecube and... See Full Review
pros: Good Roadtrip game
cons: Screen Smashes
Great for Road Trips
The Gameboy Advance SP is a great upgrade from the traditional Game Boy Advance becuase of basically... See Full Review
pros: Bright screen, visible, nice controls
cons: Not too many!
A great fun product
My family and I cannot stop using this toy! It plays the old Gameboy games for mom and dad, and Cars... See Full Review
pros: Less then the other systems out there, light weight, snll
cons: not as many games to choose from
Game Boy Advance
I purchased the Game Boy Advance for my son last Christmas. He really wanted a hand held gaming syst... See Full Review
pros: Lots of games aimed towards young kids
Great game console with many cute games.
Our four year old got the gameboy advance for christmas and loves it. There are many simplistic game... See Full Review
pros: Screen Light, Rechargable battery, lightweight
cons: Size of device
Great new handheld
After several years of playing tetris on my old Game Boy hand held console my husband decided to upg... See Full Review
|Gaming Type||LAN Gaming|
|Platform||Game Boy Advance|
|Display||LCD TFT (Active Matrix)|
|Processor Speed||16.78 MHz|
|Installed RAM||256 KB|
|Installed Cache Memory||32 KB|
|Screen Size||2.9 in.|
|Max. Resolution||240 x 160|
|Display Type||LCD TFT (Active Matrix)|
|Max. Number Of Colors||32,768 Colors|
|Audio Out||Line Out|
|DVD Movie Playback||No DVD Movie Playback|
|Main Controls||4 Way Cross Keypad|
|Expansion Slots||Game Cartridge Slot|
|Input / Output Ports||1 x Game Boy Advance link connector|
|Communication Type||Serial Cable|
|Battery Type||2 x AA Battery|
|Battery Run Time||15 Hours|
|Release Date||June, 2001|