|Virtual reality, lasers|
|Backward Compatibility||All Fantendo Games|
The Fantendo DS, similar to it's Nintendo counterpart, continues to endorse the hardy cartridge, which is designed to contain 5x the information and is constructed from backlight for stability. Each cartridge is the size of stick of gum and weighs about .5g
Instead of focusing on two screens, the Fantendo DS features a single, super bright LCD display boasting a FAT color palette rendered by its Atari GFX HD 9800 processor. Above the screen are two cameras for 3-D interlaced photography and a microphone for Skype. These features are active even when the handheld is disengaged for insurance reasons.
Controls are similar to that of the Nintendo DS, featuring a touch screen as well as D-Pad and customizable buttons.
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|IBM 80386 AT 0.2Ghz||R/B/UV 30Hz NTSC||Nakamichi Dual Motor Driven PWM||300x280||yeee||WIDE 128BIT||Yes||Yes|
The Fantendo DS features 2 HDMI video outputs, RCA composite with RCA style plugs, 1/2 jack socket for headphones, 2 speaker cable latches for A, A/B, B operation, and a grounding wire connection.
Due to an internal NTSC/PAL/SECAM video generator, the EagleizeFantendoDS (EFDS) is known to become hot around the surface and backplate. It is advised consumers not hold the portable console and instead use a controller plugged into the speaker cable latches.