Game Boy Micro Console - silver (110V)

Game Boy Micro Console - silver (110V)

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  • The smallest Gameboy™ ever.
  • Dimensions: 4" (W) x 2" (H) x 0.7" (D).
  • Weight: 2.8 ounces.
  • Plays all Gameboy™ Advance titles.
  • Removeable face plate.
  • 2" backlit screen.
  • Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
  • Supports standard headphones


The original Game Boy Advance™ fits comfortably into the pocket of a backpack. The retooled Game Boy Advance SP™ fits into a coat pocket. Now Nintendo takes aim at the pocket of your tightest jeans with the tiny Game Boy Micro™ system, quite simply the smallest and sleekest Game Boy™ product that Nintendo has ever created. It's thinner than a cell phone, as chic as an MP3 player and as fun as a Game Boy™. In an instant it attracts attention and positions the image-conscious player as someone on the cutting edge of cool.

The sporty, silver metal Game Boy Micro™ measures a mere 4 inches wide, 2 inches tall and 0.7 inches deep, allowing it to sit comfortably alongside today's hippest technological gadgets. It weighs an astonishing 2.8 ounces, or about the weight of 80 paper clips. Yet Game Boy Micro™ has the same processing power and plays the same games as Game Boy Advance SP™ models, complete with standard face controls and gleaming shoulder and Start/Select buttons that literally shine.

With Game Boy Micro™, everyone plays with style. A removable face plate gives owners the option to buy replacements to customize the look of their systems again and again with new colors and designs. Most notably, its 2-inch backlit screen shines with incredible power, rendering games in startling clarity with fantastic colors on the best Game Boy screen ever. For the first time, users can adjust the brightness of the screen to adapt to indoor lights or outdoor sunshine.

Game Boy Micro™ represents the latest evolution in the image of the Game Boy Advance™ line, but it is not a successor to any current system. Game Boy Micro™ will be released this fall. The system comes with a built-in, rechargeable lithium-ion battery and supports standard headphones.

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Original Name  ゲームボーイミクロ (シルバー)
Official Release Date Sep 13, 2005
Version  Japan
PAX-Code PAX0000554999
Catalog No.  OXY-S-AA(JPN)
Item Code  4902370512311


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boogieboogiecat (19) on 30, Mar. 2009 09:38 (HKT)
One of Nintendo's BEST EVER GBA!!
Who cares if this console is so small,heck its a superbly cute thing!!Kudos to Nintendo for making this one!!
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peterj_1992 (1) on 15, Jan. 2007 04:07 (HKT)
great device but...
The screen is extemely bright i i like that u can change faceplates, although they get finger prints on it easily. The screen is small but after about 5 min. u get used to it. But the worst thing is that in North America it is ILLEGAL for other stores to sell GBM accesories. So if u want to buy them u have to either buy them from import sites (such as this), or from thats probably why about 90% of kids in canada (where i live) dont know wat a Gameboy micro is.
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on 14, Dec. 2005 10:22 (HKT)

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johannes on 10, Oct. 2005 23:52 (HKT)
i have played with the gb,micro.
the screen is incredebly sharp but it is so smal that i will get after 5 minits playing tired eyes.
it,s amezingly so smal that it fits not confortable in your hands, couse after playing several day,s your will get theoriticely RSI.
and i have readed that it is compitable with gband gbc games,
well i will thismiss it couse when i was trying to put this games in the micro, it does,nt fit in couse there are 2 pins inside wich will blockade (just like the nds) the old gb/gbc games, and even with the cheatcartride it does,nt work.
so it only works with gba games!
so why they have not call it the gbamicro.
also you need a new link cable for connection.
the only good thing of the micro is that great desing,
that you can use different faceplates ,
is has a frontlichtscreen with cotrast button.
has a standard headphone output.
so if i have not a gba this is the ultimate way for playing
gba games in lifestyle.

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