Nintendo Game Boy micro Black Handheld System
Powered by a 16.8 MHz Sharp ARM7TDMI processor, the Nintendo Game Boy micro handheld video game system ensures a splendid gaming... Read More
Powered by a 16.8 MHz Sharp ARM7TDMI processor, the Nintendo Game Boy micro handheld video game system ensures a splendid gaming performance with speed and efficiency. Built with a 2-inch TFT active matrix screen, this Nintendo Game Boy gives you a wide and clear view of all your favorite games. Moreover, boasting a 256 Kb WRAM and 32768 colors, the visuals that you get on the Nintendo Game Boy micro are immersive and vibrant. The mono speaker of this black video game system delivers a decent sound output. Furthermore, with a rechargeable 460 mAh lithium-ion battery, this Nintendo Game Boy ensures a run time of up to 10 hours. Minimize
Product Review Summary
19 Reviews from Epinions.com
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Dec 29, 2006
Three cheers for Game Boy Micro
Pros: Portability, stunning screen, stylish design, expansive (and inexpensive) game library.
Cons: How much longer will the Advance lineup be supported? Possibly not child-friendly.
A great console that maximizes portability by minimizing its size. The beautiful screen renders games in vibrant detail, and additions like the headphone jack make the Micro a winner. Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 6, 2008
Game Boy Micro
Pros: Size, screen, good looks, fun factor.
Cons: Backwards compatibility, and speaker.
If you find it for a good price, get it. Read More at Epinions.com
Apr 18, 2006
Very happy !
Pros: SMALL GREAT SCREEN BATTERY LIFE LCD is PROTECTED SOME EXCELLENT GAMES
Cons: NOT ALL GREAT GAMES ARE IN STORES (ex: advance wars)
The Most Portable System ! Buy it on sale ! Read More at Epinions.com
Jul 20, 2006
Pros: Brighter screen, smaller equipment
Cons: size might cause you to loose it. Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 9, 2006
Time Consumer for the kids
Pros: Keeps the kids busy
Cons: Does not teach the kids good responsibility Read More at Epinions.com
Aug 30, 2006
Game Boy Micro
Pros: Portable and durable
Cons: Could use a brighter back light. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 4, 2005
Small is the New Big: Nintendo Game Boy Micro
Pros: Small: 4"x2"x1", light, extremely bright display, trendy, standard headphone jack, huge GBA library
Cons: Feels fragile, unprotected display, no Game Boy/GBC compatibility
The Micro is a tough choice at only $20 more than the SP. Cool and stylish, it's a great answer to Sony's PSP, and hundreds of games are already available. Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 14, 2010
The Nintendo Game Boy Micro allows me to play Pokemon Ruby Version on the go.
Pros: Smallest Gameboy console ever made, bright full color LCD screen
Cons: Proprietary AC Adapter, short battery life
If you like gaming anywhere and want the smallest possible handheld then the Nintendo Game Boy Micro is your obvious choice! Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 28, 2006
Big gaming in a small package
Pros: Small, portable, customizeable, bright screen.
Cons: Screen size is small, price may be a factor for some.
Great for teens, commuters, techies, definitely not your kid's Game Boy. I love mine, but make sure it has what you're looking for. Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 2, 2009
Game Boy MICRO 4+ Years later !!
Pros: Extremely Convenient & Discreet size
looks great next to my cell phone
3.5mm headphone Jack
Cons: No Backward Compatibility (GBA ONLY)
Incompatible with almost all peripherals
Perfect for on the go, as it should be Read More at Epinions.com
May 10, 2006
I Love This Game!!!
Pros: The portability is great!
Cons: There is no flip down cover to protect the screen. Read More at Epinions.com