The Game Boy Advance is a second model for the Game boy Advance, released in 2002. It was the first game system with a rechargeable battery (saved us hundreds on Duracell brand batteries, I might add), and was still compatible with the GBA equipment, like the Multiplayer Cable.
In 2004, another add-on for the Game Boy Advance SP, which was a wireless adapter that came packaged with Pokemon FireRed and LeafGreen. This allowed players to trade Pokemon without a cable. It also allowed trading between Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire, after meeting certain conditions in FireRed or LeafGreen.
I actually LOVE this system, mainly for its library of games, like Super Mario Advance, Klonoa, Pokemon, Kingdom Hearts: Realm of Memories, and Mega Man: Battle Network. You can find these handhelds at a vintage game store. I hope you enjoyed this blog!
*Starts playing Pokemon*