QUOTE(sephiroth111 @ Mar 1 2008, 12:46 PM)
I'd prefer the larger hi-cap battery, that way if we overclock, we'll have a better battery life, OR if we put in addons (like bluetooth, or something else) we'd have an average battery.
Squidge's idea is nice, but I don't want a machine with a cheap battery, I then have to buy another battery for $xx when it should have been installed in the first place.
Weights not much of an issue, i had the original block gameboy, with the screen magnifier, lightsource, stereo speakers, etc. that thing was massive.
Weight isn't terribly important to me. ~700 grams is pretty light. 1kg is pushing it for one-handed use...
Just don't give it a horrible battery - and please remember, although you may be able to get super cheap Li-Ion batteries in the US, up here in Canada we've got to fork out $15 on shipping/taxes if we can even locate one.
I would much prefer
that it came with the heavy duty long lasting battery.
And yeah...I had a gameboy...I used one of those massive power bricks.
That thing was heavy, and had lopsided weight. Try to avoid lopsided weight; if it's balanced, it'll "appear" that much lighter.