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Nintendo DS is rapidly becoming popular among casual gamers because of the type of games that it offers. It is also said that this hand-held console is the best choice when it comes to kidsí entertainment because most of the games that can be played using this console is categorized as puzzle and problem solving and educational games.

Compared to its competitors, Nintendo DS is the most advanced when it comes to features. It uses two screens (the upper is an LCD screen while the lower is a touch screen) which gives better gaming experience. DS is also the first-ever console to use a sound surround stereo speakers that boost up the level of enjoyment while playing games.

Aside from these distinct features, DS also has an SD and USB slots that will help you have external memory. This will greatly help you backup your games just in case you are having problems with the console.

When it comes to connectivity, DS is also one of a kind. It has a built-in microphone and wireless connection that provides a two-way communication between two DS users within 30 meters. You can also play games with other users using this feature, which further enhances the gaming experience.

Graphics-wise, this console has the power to display more than 60 frames per second and is enough to display high-speed games without missing a frame.

The Stylus touch pens available for this console are available in different sizes, shapes and colors, and will help you play games comfortably. Some touch pens may be too small or too big for the user and may cause cramps after long hours of playing.

These are some of the distinct features of Nintendo DS. If you are looking for something to give to your kids this holiday season, why donít you check what Nintendo DS has to offer? Iím pretty sure your kids will love this game console because it is specially made for kids.

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