New Nintendo DS (Dual-Screen) Portable Game Device Announced

Posted: Jan 20 2004, 11:51pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:13pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

New Nintendo DS (Dual-Screen) Portable Game Device  Announced
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Photo shows Dual Color Game Boy coming in Feb. Nintendo announces new portable Game Console Nintendo DS with dual screens.
Nintendo said it would hold back most details on the new product until the games industry's Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles this May.
The unit will feature two three-inch LCD screens, dual processors and up to one gigabit of semiconductor memory. It is scheduled for launch by the end of this year. Nintendo said the dual screens on the new game machine would let players see the same game from two different perspectives, or see game action on one screen while looking at a map of the game environment on the other.
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