PC Watch has gotten their hands on a Game Boy Micro, which is scheduled to be released in the US on September 19th for $99 (but came out today in Japan). The first thing they did? Blow it up, of course. They’ve posted their dissection of the device, and while it doesn’t offer too many surprises (not that we know what to look for), it features a number of improvements versus the Gameboy Advance SP. They mention that while at first glance the Gameboy Micro appears to just be a new form factor of the SP, it is in fact quite different under the hood. They say how Nintendo has paid attention to detail in many of the aspects of the device’s construction, such as its overall solid structure, detailed electrical work, and small touches such as stoppers that prevent screws from becoming loose. Unfortunately it’s too late to add these stoppers to Miyamoto’s screws.
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