Nintendo DS

In 2004, and 2005, Nintendo released the Nintendo DS, a foldable handheld game console. The DS, which stands for “Developers’ System” or “Dual Screen,” added some unique features to handheld games. It had two LCD screens that worked together, with the bottom one being a touchscreen, a built-in microphone, and the ability to connect wirelessly. Both screens are inside a clamshell case that looks a lot like the Game Boy Advance SP. There is also a feature on the Nintendo DS that lets several DS consoles talk to each other directly over Wi-Fi within a short range, without having to connect to an existing network. They could also talk to each other online with the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service, which is no longer available. The PlayStation Portable from Sony was its main rival during the seventh generation of video game consoles.

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