Nintendo DS

By Ju Ju bean

Intro

There is a cool new product called the Nintendo DS Lite.  It has way better graphics than most portable games since the PSP. Also the DS can fly! (If you through it at the wall.) I hope you enjoy this report about the DS.

 

Features of the DS

         The DS has really cool features. Did you know that you have another slot at the bottom of the game system?  There you can play any kind of game boy game in it.  The slot is just for if you had a game boy and then you got a Nintendo DS you could play your game boy games on it so that you didnŐt have to keep track of both systems.  Also the DS has different accessories for the slot.  You can put a rumble pack in it so that in one of your games like if you go over a bump your DS rumbles. 

                  This paragraph is about nintendogs.  Nintendogs is one of the most popular games on the DS.  It is the most popular because it is like playing with a real dog.  You can teach it tricks with the microphone and you can take it on walks every half-hour.                                                    

         This paragraph is what the difference is between the DS and the DS Light.  Well there is two different kinds of DSŐs the DS light and the just plane DS.  There is a big difference between the two because the DS light is a little smaller and it has way better graphics.  And the DS light also looks cooler to because it comes in more colors than the DS. ThatŐs what makes it cooler.

         This paragraph is about the wifi connection.  The wifi connection is the coolest thing ever because within 45 ft the DS can connect with another DS.  It is so cool because you can see there player or animal on your screen.

     This paragraph is about how the DS is right for everybody.  Well the DS you can play from age 5 to 205 and it is ok to play any of the games on it because the DS makes sure that there is no sharing in the games and not to bad of violence so that toddlers can play too.

Conclusion

Well I hope you enjoyed my report and the Nintendo DS and that you for reading.

 

 

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Bibliography

http://www.aaronrogers.com/nintendods/history.php

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nintendo ds

April 28, 2008

The Nintendo DS is a cool little divise but not as cool as the Nintendo DS lite. DS Lite is better thatn DS in these ways 1st is the screens on the DS Lite are 3 centimeters bigger than the DS.  2nd is the DS Lite is slimmer than the DS so it fits in your pocket ( Its about the size of your wallet.) 3rd the DS Lite's bateriy lasts longer than the DS. (up to 19 hours on a single charge.) And at last my 4th reason is the graphics are way better on the DS Lite.  They are way better than the DS.

 

Bibliography

http://www.nintendo.com/ds/what

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Nintendo DS revolutionizes handheld gameplay. With two ultra bright screens, 3D graphics, touch-screen technology and wireless communication, you can challenge yourself or your friends anywhere, anytime.

April 29, 2008

Why do I need Nintendo DS?     Nintendo DS brings multiple features together to deliver cutting-edge games for fans of every genre. Pit your wits and test your skills against other players everywhere - from the other side of the room to the other side of the world. A great library of games means there's something for everyone.

 

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Nintendo DS.

April 30, 2008

Nintendo DS brings multiple features together to deliver cutting-edge games for fans of every genre. Pit your wits and test your skills against other players everywhere - from the other side of the room to the other side of the world. A great library of games means there's something for everyone

 

Bibliography

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_DS

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Nintendo DS

May 1, 2008

the nintendo ds is the best console on the planet.  It is more popular than psp.  It is more fun because it has 2 screens and it has a touch screen.

 

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_DS

 

input and output

May 1, 2008

The Nintendo DS stylus used for games played on the touchscreen

 

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devolopement and launch

May 1, 2008

On November 13, 2003, Nintendo announced that it would be creating a new console for release in 2004.[8] Nintendo said that it would not be the successor to either the Nintendo GameCube or the Game Boy Advance,[8] but rather it would be considered a "third pillar" alongside the two consoles.[9] On January 20, 2004, the console was announced under the codename "Nintendo DS".[10] Nintendo released very few details at that time, only saying that the console would have two separate 3 in. TFT LCD display panels, separate processors, and up to 1 gigabit of semiconductor memory.[10][11] Nintendo president Satoru Iwata said "We have developed Nintendo DS based upon a completely different concept from existing game devices in order to provide players with a unique entertainment experience for the 21st century."[10] In March, the codename was changed to "Nitro" and a document containing most of the console's technical specifications was leaked.[12] In May, the codename was changed back to "Nintendo DS" (DS standing for Dual Screen)[6] and the console was shown in prototype form at E3. All of the features of the console were released by Nintendo at E3.[13] On July 28, 2004, Nintendo revealed a new design, one that was described as "sleeker and more elegant" than the one shown at E3. Also, the codename "Nintendo DS" became the official name of the console that day.[14]

 

Bibliography

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_DS

 

tenical specifacations

May 1, 2008

(9.7 Mass: 275 grams (9.7 ounces).
* Physical dimensions: 148.7 x 84.7 x 28.9 mm (5.85 x 3.33 x 1.13 inches).
* Screens: Two separate 3-inch TFT LCD, resolution of 256 x 192 pixels, dimensions of 62 x 46 mm and 77 mm diagonal, and a dot pitch of 0.24 mm. The gap between the screens is approximately 21 mm, equivalent to about 92 "hidden" lines. The lowermost display of the Nintendo DS is overlaid with a resistive touchscreen, which registers pressure from one point on the screen at a time, averaging multiple points of contact if necessary.
* CPUs: Two ARM processors, an ARM946E-S main CPU and ARM7TDMI co-processor at clock speeds of 67

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media specifacations

May 1, 2008

Nintendo DS games use a proprietary solid state ROM "game card" format resembling the memory cards used in other portable electronic devices such as digital cameras. It currently supports cards up to 2 gigabit (2048 Mb or 256 MB) in size,[21] which is four times the amount of memory that the largest Nintendo 64 cartridge was able to store (512 Mb or 64 MB). The cards always have a small amount of flash memory or an EEPROM to save user data such as game progress or high scores. The game cards are 33.0 mm ~ 35.0 mm ~ 3.8 mm (approximately half the width and half as thick as Game Boy Advance cartridges) and weigh around 3.5 g (1/8 ounce).

 

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firmware

May 1, 2008

Nintendo's own custom firmware boots the system. A health and safety warning is displayed first, then the main menu is loaded. The main menu presents the player with four main options to select: play a DS game, use PictoChat, initiate DS Download Play, or play a Game Boy Advance Game.

 

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bateriy life

May 1, 2008

The Nintendo DS contains a rechargeable lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 850 mAH

 

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Nintendo Wi-Fi connection

May 1, 2008

he Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection is a free online game service run by Nintendo. Players with a compatible Nintendo DS game can connect to the service via a Wi-Fi network using a Nintendo Wi-F  i USB Connector or a wireless router. The service was launched in North America on November 14, 2005 with the release of Mario Kart DS. Various online games, and a web browser (see below) are now available.

 

 

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Download Play

May 1, 2008

With Download Play it is possible for users to play multiplayer games with other Nintendo DS systems using only one game card, such as Mario Party DS and Mario Kart DS. Players must have their systems within wireless range (up to approximately 100 feet) of each other and the guest system to download the necessary data from the host system