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Started by gerald, 16:39, 01 November 14
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Quote from: radu14m on 13:20, 09 November 14Depending of the final price, you can count me in for one, too .
Quote from: gerald on 11:12, 09 November 14It seems we reached the 20 pieces bar.The next step for me are : - Confirm with selected people that the cartridge is working fine and reliably (HW and SW) - Set the selling price - Get formal orders - Start a batch of PCB, assemble them and hopfully give them to santa for distribution Thanks for your support
Quote from: TFM on 20:44, 10 November 14Well, prefer or the question about how much time one has. In this case, with all the small parts if't probably worth to be an expert solderer. I really hope that this project will be finally be available to buy one.
Quote from: Gryzor on 10:41, 13 November 14...and to the demise of the GX as a viable market platform. Damn!
Quote from: arnoldemu on 14:12, 13 November 14Yes it could lead to piracy.
Quote from: arnoldemu on 14:12, 13 November 14Perhaps the cart prices would go down (good if chase hq 2 re-appeared??), but for a genuine collector they may not.
Quote from: arnoldemu on 14:12, 13 November 14But it should lead to more cart games!
Quote from: steve on 16:31, 13 November 14We need not be limited to 512KB, there could be multiload games.
Quote from: gerald on 18:41, 13 November 14More than with eprom/flash and socket on regular cart ? not sure We may see a temporary price fall, but collectors will always prefer the official one (and use the SD based cart to play them )That's the purpose of the cart replacement. But I can understand that it also reduce the selling possibility of new games. Yes, this is possible (actually the cartridge selector is itself a cartridge)
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