Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 19th Aug 2006 02:07 UTC
Opera Software "The DS Browser ends up becoming a bullet point for the Nintendo DS system's capabilities. Yes, the Nintendo DS can now surf the internet. But after the novelty wears off, you probably won't want to", Craig Harris writes in his review. Craig was very kind to send us a DS screenshot rendering the mobile version of OSNews, although the browser seems to interpret "100%" of cell width as 800px wide instead of DS' 256px native resolution. Update: Craig sent us another shot, this time using the "small screen rendering" mode, which looked much better.
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The evolution of devices
by electricmew on Sat 19th Aug 2006 08:19 UTC
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Nintendo has come a long way since the NES. I find the DS pretty cool. Hope to get one soon. I use the opera web browser on the desktop and on PDAs.

I think I'll personally get a DS for work purposes. I've a wireless network setup at work, I'd find it very nice to be able to control my administrator applications from a hand help device. I've thought about the Axim and others, but just don't want to fork out the money on large devices.

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