Game Boy Advance Console Refurbished

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Console are refurbished not new, the console will be fully functional with one-month warranty other accessories also working like controller power outlet AV cables, etc


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The Game Boy Advance in spice orange features bright color graphics, space for AA batteries, and stereo sound, offering a great gaming experience wherever you go. You can find a wide variety of games for the Game Boy Advance, along with lots of accessories to expand your gaming fun. The Game Boy Advance (GBA) in spice orange is a version of the popular Game Boy Advance handheld games system for Nintendo. The Game Boy Advance was originally released in Japan and North America in 2001, following the success of the Game Boy Color. It was discontinued in 2006 in Japan and 2008 in North America after the company launched the Nintendo DS games system. It has backward compatibility with earlier systems such as the Game Boy and the Game Boy Color, but is not compatible with newer systems such as the Nintendo DS. The GBA features an integrated screen and speaker, with control buttons to the side of the screen. The controls are similar to previous Game Boy consoles and classic Nintendo controllers. The left side features movement arrows, a start button, and a select button on the left side and A/B fire and sprint buttons on the right side. It also has additional firing buttons on the back side of the console, which is similar to modern controllers. The Game Boy Advance in orange features the same technical specifications as other Advance games systems. It has a 2.9-inch screen with a 240 by 160 pixel resolution. It runs on two AA batteries and features a battery life of up to 15 hours. If you use rechargeable batteries, you can enjoy additional gaming fun on the go. It has a 16.8 MHz CPU and supports 32-bit games, however, it also includes an 8-bit processor to support backwards compatibility with older games systems. Its dual 8-bit speakers support wave data and produce stereo sound. The Game Boy Advance in orange runs cartridge games. As it runs on AA batteries, it does not need a power cable or any additional cables to run smoothly.