Game Boy Advance SP misspelling?


#1

So I’ve been researching differences between fake and real GBA SP systems and differences between models AGS-001 and AGS-101 etc. I noticed on a lot of the "real’ GBA SPs there seem to be a misspelling on the back label. On the left there is a word “undersired” however on my GBA SP 001 model it reads “undesired”. Does anyone know if this is a legit misspelling? I have looked at a lot of systems and this seems consistent (at least on AGS-101 models).


#2

Oh interesting. I have two models of SP I bought NIB in retail back in the day. I’ll check them.


#3

I’ll check mine when I get back home!


#4

Kitty sniffs to check if fake.


#5

Interesting find! Mines a authentic system and it has the spelling mistake.


#6

I guess the AGS-101 didn’t have a father while growing up…


#7

AGS-001 here and it’s misspelled:


#8

I have a Torchic Orange one with the misspelling and a red one spelled correctly!


#9

Intersting. I’m looking to buy a 101 so this helps a lot. I guess a mispelling got through but then maybe they corrected it on later runs? Thanks for all the replies.


#10

That’s how it seems. My NES Limited Edition GBA SP has the misprint. My AGS-101 does not.


#11

Not all of my GBAs are North American, but the three 101s I found all say “dersired”.