The Opera Internet browser for the Nintendo DS, which launched last month, is still making waves not only in its release country of Japan, but also over here in the US, where we're all curious of how the browsing compares to other mobile devices, such as cell phones and of course, the PSP. Joshua Zimmerman, an "average Joe" reviewer, gave his insights about the browser:
Quote: "Browser usage is quite easy. Easy enough that I just started messing with it without reading the directions. The simple row of tool items are rather strait forward. You have your Forward, Back, Refresh, History, URL Entry, Bookmarks, Find, Settings, Help, Screen Mode, Picture On/Off, Zoom, and Screen Switch. To go to a webpage just go to the URL Entry button, click it, and either use the on screen keyboard or the handwriting recognition."There's still no official word on whether or not the browser will come to the US, though many are banking that it will, probably before the end of the year.
The full review is at Josh's site. Via Gizmodo
Report Published by: Mark Raby
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