Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP - Onyx
The Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP is a handheld gaming console
released by Nintendo in 2003. As a successor to the original Game Boy Advance, the SP model introduced several key improvements and innovations. The most notable feature was its flip-up clamshell design, which protected the screen when closed and made it more compact and portable than its predecessor.
The Game Boy Advance SP featured a backlit, front-lit, or "AGS-101" model with an improved and vibrant screen, offering enhanced visibility in various lighting conditions. This upgrade greatly improved the gaming experience, especially in dimly lit environments.
The console maintained backward compatibility with Game Boy and Game Boy Color games, making it a versatile device that could play an extensive library of classic titles. Additionally, it supported a wide range of Game Boy Advance games, which offered improved graphics and gameplay compared to its predecessors.