Do you still remember Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP?

Do you still remember Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP?

Do you still remember Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP?

The Game Boy Advance SP released in Japan on February 14, 2003, is a sixth-generation handheld game console developed, released, and marketed by Nintendo that served as an upgraded version of the original Game Boy Advance.

The first time that the GAMEBOY series has been designed to be foldable, the most important feature of which is that the screen is not easily damaged and can be folded for a smaller and more portable size.

With the development of Nintendo, people are seeking newer and more advanced devices. But there are still gamers who keep restoring these series of gaming devices or modifying the original Game Boy Advance SP into something even more fantastic. This folded console you'd think might have faded out of sight long ago, but it's still loved by some geekier.

Xreart Game Boy Advance SP
 

Xreart aims to rejuvenate the most inspiring electronics so they are not forgotten in the future. We hope to find these products that once surprised and touched us and bring back their fascinating qualities to you. Even if you are no longer a gaming enthusiast now, you can still have a unique gift of your own.

Xreart Game Boy Advance SP

Xreart lays out the design of the parts by disassembling the parts of the Game Boy Advance SP. When you get the Game Boy Advance SP Framework you will know exactly where each part came from. They can be hung up as a piece of art, not the traditional art, but more alive and with your exclusive memories.

 

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