The introduction of R4 Cards has transformed the Nintendo DS and indeed the Nintendo gaming department as a whole. With the Nintendo's PS3 and Xbox rival the "Gamecube" gradually failing to keep up with it's competitors, the former gaming giants fortunes were left resting solely with the Nintendo Wii. Whilst the Wii has managed to revive much of the struggling companies market share, the Nintendo DS did not have the same power over the PSP. However, when the R4 cards were released to work alongside the Nintendo DS and allow essentially internal storage, the Nintendo DS was transformed from what was generally seen as an advanced version of the gameboy, to more like a combination of phone, mp3 player, dvd player and gameboy!
The R4 card may not have technically revolutionised the Nintendo DS directly but it certainly enhanced every single aspect of the console. Like the M3 DS cartridge, the R4 allows you to play multimedia files, including video, images and audio, through your Nintendo DS in addition to making the gaming experience more interactive. One of the beautiful things about them is there simplicity, the fact that installation is simple and easy for even the most technophobic of users amongst us. Just in case you do find it difficult however, the manual for all of the popular R4i Card choices have an easy to read and simply diagram to show you exactly how to insert the card and make the most of it.
Another benefit of the R4 cards is that they are quick when it comes to loading, something that whilst you couldn't ustify basing your selection on, is a very useful and under appreciated feature of the cards. Within just a couple of seconds you can be up and running with your game or watching a film, rather than having to a wait a while like some cartridges.
The variety of sizes and cost of the r4i and the SD cards you can use with them is also something that has improved rapidly since it was first launched. Years ago SD cards were limited to MB's, now you can find cards with memory of over 60GB, subsequently massively increasing the memory capacity of your Nintendo DS. This may sound like it;s going to be expensive, and initially it was. However, as the number of SD cards and SD manufacturers increased, they competed with each other on price, driving down the total price of the cards and making higher memory capacities much more affordable for the local consumer. In fact, 1GB SD Cards are available for as little as E3 these days which would hold about one and a half films or 300 songs. A 64GB which holds closer to a hundred films and more like 12000 songs, costs as little as E35 and can transform your nintendo DS thanks to the R4 cards. You may be forgiven for thinking “well surely that’s more a benefit of the SD card than the R4 card” but the reality is that the R4 card allows you access to this cheaper form of external memory, rather than being more like an iPod for example where you would acquire the whole device with a fixed memory capacity.
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Company Name: R4 Card Store
Address: District J, F7, International Trade Commercial Building,
Company Website: http://www.ukr4card.com/
Contact Email: email@example.com
Contact No: 507.65995877
Country: United Kingdom
Postal Code: 518100