Download Play: the PlayStation Portable is not the only portable console that allows you to play with your friends even if they don’t have the disc.
With Download Play, users can play multiplayer games with another Nintendo DS system using just one sound card. Players must have their systems within wireless range (up to approximately 60 feet) of each other and the guest system to download the necessary data from the host system.
DSi Menu: The menu interface of the Nintendo DSi console consists of icons representing the applications on the system (in a layout similar to the Wii menu). There are seven main icons: Card Software, Nintendo DSi Camera, Nintendo DSi Sound, Nintendo DSi Store, DS Download Play, PictoChat, and System Settings.
Separate icons are graphically displayed on a grid and navigated with a pencil or the D-pad. You can change the layout by dragging and dropping the icons using the same input methods.
The console’s power button annoys like a poet reset to return to the main menu of the DS software.
DSi sound: With the introduction of built-in flash memory and the addition of an SD card slot, the Nintendo DSi enhanced the multimedia capabilities of the phone. While its video playback isn’t up to scratch yet, the DSi doesn’t suffer in the audio department.
The built-in audio player, called DSi Sound, serves as a voice recorder and music player for AAC audio and some of its file name extensions (MP4, M4A, 3GP), but it does not support MP3.
This player allows users to adjust pitch, playback, and add filters while audio is playing. Audio can be heard while the device is closed.
The audio player allows users to save and modify up to eighteen ten-second sound clips of voice recordings (recorded through the internal microphone) and then apply them to songs.