A device for backing up GB, GBC and GBA cart’s game ROMs & save games, restoring saves and writing ROMs to supported Flash cartsDesigned by insideGadgets, Ships from Australia
Stock status: Out of stock, ETA 18th August Comes assembled, no soldering required. Each unit is assembled in house and is tested with a Gameboy and Gameboy Advance game (reading ROM, saving RAM an...Read More…
Stock status: Out of stock, ETA 18th August
Comes assembled, no soldering required. Each unit is assembled in house and is tested with a Gameboy and Gameboy Advance game (reading ROM, saving RAM and writing RAM).
Latest software package version: v1.22
1MByte ROM Read - 16s
32KByte SRAM Read/Write - 3s
32KByte Flash Cart Write - 5s
2MByte Flash Cart Write (writing 2MB) - ~2.5m
8MByte ROM Read - 2m
256Kbit SRAM Read/Write - 3s
512Kbit Flash Read - 3s
512Kbit Flash Write - ~8s
64Kbit EEPROM Read - 3s
64Kbit EEPROM Write - 13s
16MByte Flash Cart Write (writing 16MB) - ~10-13m
We usually ship within 2-3 business days and will let you know once shipped. We ship overseas all around the world - America, Europe, Asia, etc (except to Brazil or Mexico due to lost packages) and to reduce shipping costs we send via the Airmail letter service for $3. The usual delivery time is 7 - 20 working days; we ship via Australia Post. Unfortunately there is no tracking number available for this Airmail letter service.
If you are looking for faster delivery times, please contact us for a quote, please note that shipping prices can start from $36 for 2-3 days delivery to the US (via DHL).
Devon | June 9, 2018
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Bart | Feb. 7, 2018
David | Jan. 9, 2018
Andy | Aug. 11, 2017
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