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The new Nintendo DS is a handheld game console from Nintendo that succeeded in invading the hearts of the game loving users with its striking features and characteristics. This gaming console released in 2004 in Canada, U.S., and Japan features a clamshell design, which is almost same to the Game Boy Advance SP, with two LCD screens inside, one of which is a touchscreen. The Nintendo DS gaming console features a built-in microphone and supports wireless IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi) standards, permitting players to interact with each other within short range (10-30 m, depending on conditions) or online with the Nintendo Wi-fi Connection service, that launched later in the console's lifespan. This model is the first game console from Nintendo that was released in North America prior to Japan.

Nitro was the code name of the system and this can be seen in the model codes that appear on the unit. The console's name officially refers to "Developers' System", in reference to the new game design the system was meant to inspire, and "Dual Screen", the system's most obvious feature.

It was on March 2, 2006, that Nintendo released the new DS Lite, a redesign of the Nintendo DS, in Japan resulting a new revolution in the field of gaming devices. It later got released in North America, Europe and Australia in June 2006. This latest model from Nintendo, DS Lite is the slimmer and lighter version of the DS and has brighter screens. Nintendo announced on the release of the new console on November 13, 2003. And it also clarified that it would not be the successor to either the Nintendo Game Cube or the Game Boy Advance SP, but will be a "third pillar" alongside the two consoles. The Nintendo DS bears a striking resemblance to Nintendo's first handheld, the Game and Watch, specifically the multi-screen versions such as Donkey Kong.

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