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Nintendo - DS I
Wednesday, 08 April 2009 00:00

NINTENDO - DS I

When Nintendo introduced its portable DS system in 2004, many longtime fans were skeptical. Its innovations — the dual screens, the stylus-based controls, the built-in microphone — seemed gimmicky. How could this clunky slab ever replace the beloved Game Boy?

Five years and 100 million units later, no one doubts that Nintendo knew what it was doing. The second version of the hardware, the slender DS Lite, has been particularly popular; in December, Nintendo sold 3 million in the United States, breaking the one-month sales record for any video-game console. So it's almost foolish to quibble with Nintendo when it comes to portable gaming.

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How It Works
Friday, 23 April 2010 15:16

There are 3 components That make it all work.

  1. The Memory Card

  2. The Micro Card

  3. The Usb Connector


1 MEMORY CARD  The Brain That connects your micro card to The Console
2. SD-USB READER The Connector which connects your micro card to the computer  
3. MICRO CARD Very Very small card where you put ,your Games-Data -Files-Vids

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How To Choose Your Card
Friday, 23 April 2010 15:25
ITS  A NINTENDO DS LITE.

EVERY CARD WE SELL WILL WORK WITH/ON  A DS LITE. AND THE OLD DS AS WELL.

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MicroSD Cards Explained
Friday, 23 April 2010 15:30

Micro sd cards are of two types  SD and SDHC
1. SD secure digital                               MAX   2GB
2. SDHC secure digital high capacity         MAX 16GB

SIZE
They are both exactly the same size
, 15x11x1. That's millimeters,and work in exactly the same way

More and more these days, users of portable electronic devices (games consoles, mobile phones,  gps  ipods mp3s ) are storing information (data-files) on portable memory sources.( memory cards)

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SD Cards Explained
Friday, 23 April 2010 15:30

A secure digital (SD) memory card  is a portable flash memory chip used in devices like digital cameras, mobile phones, and audio players. The SD memory card is about the size of a postage stamp and comes in various capacities and transfer speeds. Generally speaking, the greater the capacity of the SD memory card, the faster the transfer speed.

Flash memory is the same type of memory used in memory sticks or flash drives. However, flash memory cards are formatted according to various specifications. Digital devices are designed to be compatible with one of the available card formats.

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