|The Nintendo DSi XL is the fourth iteration in Nintendo's wildly popular DS franchise of handheld gaming devices. It retains all the functionality of the earlier Nintendo DSi but includes new exclusive features like two larger 4.2-inch LCD screens, a unique larger stylus, three bundled games and applications. Second hardware release in Nintendo's DSi product line, DSi XL is a high-powered handheld video game system with two extra large 4.2-inch diagonal viewing angle screens which are 93% larger than the DS Lite. These two digital cameras is one of the most powerful and interactive features of the Nintendo DSi XL system, one positioned on the external body pointing away from the user, and the second pointing at the user when the device is flipped open. The cameras feature 10 different interactive "lenses" that can manipulate photos. It is compatible to all game cards designed for the DS, DS Lite and DSi. The DSi XL can play most of the DS and DSi games published to date and onwards.
It also features the Nintendo DSi Sound application which provides as an interactive voice recorder and music player allowing users to play with their music while they listen to it. It likewise allows access to different audio filters or control the pitch and speed of recorded voice or music files to alter voices or modify the tempo of a song. DSi XL is equipped with IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi with enhanced security (WPA). It has a built-in DSi browser for connectivity to the Internet and has a wireless range of 30 to 100 feet. It is capable to connect to Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection, Nintendo’s wireless gaming network and to download demo versions of Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi games from DS Download Stations, Nintendo Zone, or through the Nintendo Channel of the Wii console. Also, through its embedded PictoChat software, the DSi XL can connect players to friends by drawing pictures and/or write out messages that can be passed to up to 16 users within local range of one another over a Nintendo Wi-Fi connection.
Posted 2010-10-02 and updated on Oct 02, 2010 5:58am by richard opinion