Everything old is new again, and the gaming market moves faster than most. That means whatís not-so-old might still be new again, and most electronics lovers will be anxious to upgrade. Once again, Nintendo has decided to upgrade its DS gaming handheld device, making all those old games seem fresh and brand new. Find out what changes the new DS will have in store for you if you choose to make the upgrade. (Hereís a hint: the game enjoyment isnít the only thing thatís new).
The Nintendo DS is like the next generation of Gameboy -- times one hundred. Made for handheld gaming ease, this electronic device helps you do much more than shoot monsters or navigate virtual worlds with FPS and RPG games. If gaming is your cup of tea, however, Nintendo offers a mind-boggling catalog of more than one thousand different choices to satisfy all your playing cravings.
One fun feature allows you to play with other DS users. Within short-range distances, you can interact with other players to mix your gameplay with social fun. A microphone and WiFi connection are built right in, so you can even play with gamers on the Internet if you please.
You can also customize your device. Nintendo offers a number of accessories to DS users. You might wish to use a headset or rumble pack to take your gaming to the next level, for instance, or enjoy tunes with the MP3 player. You can even attach a guitar grip controller if thatís your desire.
This smart, sleek handheld already has a lot to offerÖbut Nintendo is providing new and different versions of it anyway. How can a new DS device help change your gaming experience?
Nintendo DS Lite
The Nintendo DS Lite is slimmer and lighter in weight (by 20%) than the original Nintendo DS, but thereís been no lightening of the features youíll get to enjoy when you use this handheld. With dual processors, an extra port (for Game Boy Advance game packs), two bright LCD screens and a whole host of colors to choose from, the Nintendo DS Lite offers a few extra style features for gamers -- not to mention the sleek, slim look.
Other features, like longer battery life (up to 19 hours of continuous play), and a re-designed stylus for better control, make this handheld device even more user-friendly and gaming-ready than the original Nintendo DS.
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