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Gameboy advance vga out converter
« on: April 20, 2017, 04:59:42 pm »
Saw this today
 http://www.retrocollect.com/News/bennvenn-reveals-game-boy-advance-vga-out-board-with-zero-latency-rgb-a-snes-controller-ports.html

It's s a vga out converter for the GBA with snes controller ports. Its still a prototype, but i was thinking it could be useful to make a diy gameboy advance home console. Lets face it, tiny screens suck. Obviously you could still use a gameboy player for the gamecube or the newer snes adapters, but still its cool.

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Re: Gameboy advance vga out converter
« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2017, 07:13:18 am »
Saw this today
 http://www.retrocollect.com/News/bennvenn-reveals-game-boy-advance-vga-out-board-with-zero-latency-rgb-a-snes-controller-ports.html

It's s a vga out converter for the GBA with snes controller ports. Its still a prototype, but i was thinking it could be useful to make a diy gameboy advance home console. Lets face it, tiny screens suck. Obviously you could still use a gameboy player for the gamecube or the newer snes adapters, but still its cool.

Thats cool but are there not emulators for the GBA with extraordinarily accurate time? The SNES does.

  
 

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