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April 07, 2009

Gadgets -Opera Releases Nintendo DSi Browser


As the Opera powered Nintendo DSi has been unveiled in Europe and the United States recently, Opera is also making its Nintendo DSi Browser available to be downloaded completely free of cost.
 
Nintendo DSi offers many new and powerful features for the users. It comes with a pair of cameras on the inner and outer sections which allow you to take photos of your friends with one of eleven unique lenses. The Nintendo DSi Sound application lets you edit sounds that have been recorded on your device.  
 
Allowing users to access all their favorite Web sites with the efficiency of touch-screen browsing, the Nintendo DSi Browser offers a customized Web experience. According to Opera, this provides a browsing experience that is intuitive, easy to use and will be natural for Web users of any age.
 
“Opera is excited to work with Nintendo to bring the easy and accessible way to browse the Internet to Nintendo DSi lovers across the globe,” said Jon von Tetzchner, CEO, Opera Software (News - Alert). “Nintendo will not accept any less than the best when it comes to their products, and we believe that the Nintendo DSi Browser definitely lives up to the Nintendo standard of quality and innovation.”
 
With Nintendo DSi, users can browse the internet, apart from downloading games and applications. It comes with a 3.25" dual screen display and an intuitive touch screen technology. It also offers five brightness settings for users. The Nintendo DSi is now available.
 
Recently, Opera enabled the owners of Ford F-150, Super Duty, E-Series and Transit Connect trucks and vans to access the full Web from the convenience of their vehicle thanks to Opera and Ford Work Solutions. With this technology, Ford truck and van owners (contractors, farmers, construction workers, business owners, etc.) can use the in-dash Opera browser to access essential information and applications.

Raju Shanbhag is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Raju’s articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Jessica Kostek
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