On the 18th of October, the EZ-FLASH Reform was quietly revealed to the public. It works on the GBA series, Nintendo DS and Nintendo DS Lite.
Here’s a picture of the cart.
As you can see, the cart does look quite modern and you can see a Micro SD slot on the side of the top and bottom. The website says ‘We’ve put huge effort on reducing the PCB size significantly. With the spare case in the box, you can easily change the card size to suit all GBA compatible consoles in you hands.’. The bottom item pretty much looks like a normal GBA Cart apart from the modern design I mentioned above.
Lets take a look at the box.
The box also has quite a modern look with a Nintendo DS on the front with an orange box (The cart I think) on the DS. It says in the bottom left corner that it supports Micro SDHC Cards. In the bottom right corner it says that it supports GBA, DS and DS Lite, as I said above. The website claims that it works similarly to the EZ-Flash IV. It says that the battery is replaceable (it uses a CR1220 battery) and supports SD Cards up to 32GB which should be enough for the entire library of GBA Games and features a new EZ4Kernel. There is no current release date or price, but you can always follow along with their development on their website at http://www.ezflash.cn/
That’s pretty much everything we know on the EZ-FLASH at the moment, so i’ll see you in the next article!