I've been looking for a flash-kit that keeps the DS flush, and I've been reading all about these new cards. I just wanted to make sure that all the info I've read is right, helping me make my decision (so I can pick it up ASAP ) And BTW, they both only run on Windows PCs, right?
Here's what I want it for:
Most important is to run DS-Roms. I don't like lugging around all my DS games around, and if I could put them all on SD cards, I wouldn't have to find a place to put them in my bag.
Also very important is DSorganize. Although it isn't as extensive as a PDA (or so I've heard), just the fact that I can use the simple features will allow me to not have to bring my ibook everywhere I go. I know that the G6 lite doesn't run DSorganize yet, but I'm hoping support for it will come soon.
And lastly, reading media. I don't need it to run music files (I have an ipod for that), but some video files would be good. Do both cards work well with it?
Basically, what I'm trying to figure out is if the Supercard is just as easy to use as the G6-lite. How is the interface? (trying to find it on youtube....)
This is the info I've gathered for both flash-kits:
- Plays DS/GBA roms flawlessly
- Runs some homebrew (but not DSorganize, with I wanted/needed)
- Very nice interface
- Able to play DS roms perfectly, along with Wi-Fi connectivity
- Maximum compability with DS roms
- 512mb, non-replaceable
- Plug & Play along with a Passcard 3
- Runs all kinds of multimedia with the built-in software/firmware
Required hardware: G6 Lite, Passcard 3, USB thingy (included), software (included).
- Plays DS roms flawlessly
- Plays GBA roms very well (some slowdown?)
- Not all DS roms compatible (??? Maybe it's the older SC? But apparently, just the jap games that I won't understand )
- Expandable memory (SD cards)
- Runs Homebrew fine
- Runs DSorganize (I NEED!)
- Runs media (but I have no idea what the interface is like)
- How is the 'saves' in games, for DS and GBA games?
Required hardware: Supercard lite, Superkey, SD card, SD card reader.