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AKA: NeoFlash, Neo Flash, NF.<BR>
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AKA: NeoFlash, Neo Flash, NF, NeoTeam.<BR />
Manufactured by: [http://www.neoflash.com/ Neo Team]
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[[Image:Neoflash-small.jpg|The original NeoFlash 512Mb kit|right]]
[[Image:Neoflash.jpg|NeoFlash|right]]
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== General ==
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== About the Neo Team ==
  
The AceKard is a slot 1 device; fits flush in the DS slot and supports micro SD (or "transflash") memory cards up to 2GB (that's 2 gigabytes or 16 gigabits) in size. It has a proprietary file system so your MicroSD card must be formatted for the AceKard alone.
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The NeoFlash team are a well known team, be it for good or bad reasons, in the DS flash kit market. They were the very first team to unveil a functioning retail DS flash kit - the NeoFlash 512Mb kit. The team have since produced a very wide range of new flash kit models and also produce and manufacture many other peripherals, while mostly still backup systems, for a range of other gaming systems.
  
=== Features ===
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== List of Neo Team's Nintendo DS products ==
  
* Same size as genuine DS card.
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Sorted in chronological order with oldest first.
* Flashme/Passme is NOT required.Plug-and-Play
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*[[NeoFlash 512Mbit Kit]]
* Low electricity consuming,appoximating genuine DS card’s.
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*[[MagicKey 2]]
* Support CleanRom directly.
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*[[MK3 2006]]
* Compatible all DS games.
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*[[Neo-Max 1Gbit]]
* Support link slot2.
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*[[MK4-Mini]]
* Support MoonShell.
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*[[Neo2 SD]]
* Flashcard in slot2 can be started directly by AceKard. Infinity Capacity!
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*[[Neo2 TF]]
* Use high speed TF card.Put more games as you will.
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*[[Neo3 SD]]
* NO any latency when playing game.
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*[[Neo3 TF]]
* Perfect Save System.
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*[[MK5]]
* Use original flash chip.Never lose your save.
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* Use other flashcard’s save files directly.
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* DIY interface
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* Tiny boot core.
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* The menu program is in TF card.And can be updated anytime easily.
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* You can DIY boot core and GUI in Windows.
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== Review ==
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[http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=39686 AceKard GBAtemp Review]
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:Excerpt: ''"The biggest problem with the AceKard is its proprietary file system, the AKFS. Because of this, you have to use a PC running Windows to use their client software that is currently very buggy and lacking in functionality. You can't create folders, or organise games. And there are limitations when deleting games, in that you can only write a game of equal size to that which you deleted back into that space."''
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=== Images ===
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[[Image:Acekard-1.jpg]] [[Image:Acekard-2.jpg]] [[Image:Acekard-3.jpg]]
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[[Image:Acekard-4.jpg]] [[Image:Acekard-5.jpg]] [[Image:Acekard-6.jpg]]
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== Compatibility ==
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=== ROM Compatibility ===
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link to chart
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=== Homebrew Compatibility ===
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link to chart
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== Useful Links ==  
 
== Useful Links ==  
  
:[http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showforum=114 GBAtemp AceKard Forums]
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:[http://www.neoflash.com Official NeoFlash website and forums]
:[http://www.acekard.com Official AceKard website]
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[[Category:Slot-2 Carts]]
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[[Category:Cart Manufacturers]]

Latest revision as of 06:00, 13 February 2007

AKA: NeoFlash, Neo Flash, NF, NeoTeam.

The original NeoFlash 512Mb kit

About the Neo Team

The NeoFlash team are a well known team, be it for good or bad reasons, in the DS flash kit market. They were the very first team to unveil a functioning retail DS flash kit - the NeoFlash 512Mb kit. The team have since produced a very wide range of new flash kit models and also produce and manufacture many other peripherals, while mostly still backup systems, for a range of other gaming systems.

List of Neo Team's Nintendo DS products

Sorted in chronological order with oldest first.

Useful Links

Official NeoFlash website and forums