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Nintendo of America today announced a new version of the Game Boy Advance, dubbed the Game Boy Advance SP. The new system features built-in screen illumination to enable gaming in low-light conditions without a separate lighting system as well as a folding vertically-oriented design that makes it look like a cross between a Game Boy Pocket and a notebook computer.
Like the Game Boy Advance before it, the Game Boy Advance SP is compatible with all current and future Game Boy Advance games and most games made for previous Game Boy systems. According to Nintendo, the Game Boy Advance SP is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that enables about ten hours of gameplay with the illumination feature turned on or about eighteen hours of gameplay with the illumination feature turned off. The battery takes only three hours to recharge.
The Game Boy Advance SP is expected to be available in North America on March 23rd for an estimated retail price of $99.95. It will initially be available in two colors: cobalt (metallic) and platinum. Existing Game Boy Advance models will continue to be available, so purchasers can select the style they prefer.
Note: The URL for Nintendo's relevant announcement page is no longer valid, so the link has been removed.
Posted by Brian Sexton at 3:08:00pm on Tuesday, January 7th, 2003 (PST)
Updated by Brian Sexton at 10:16:00pm on Monday, December 13th, 2004 (PST)