Nintendo DS Lite Gets 3D GPS Navigation Add-on!


All the people that said  that video games, handhelds and consoles were good for nothing, bow down your heads in shame! Now carry your DS wherever you go and  if you are very bad at directions and get lost around the corner of your house, you no longer have to worry! The DS just got a competitive feature boost–GPS navigation, courtesy of China’s Fab Chain!

The Ranger attachment gives you 2D and 3D turn-by-turn navigation and uses Google Maps to pinpoint your location! The attachment has it’s own batteries as well so you do not have to worry on wasting your DS’ batteries and your gaming fun! No word of price yet or further details. I wonder if this can be attached to the DSi?


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One response to “Nintendo DS Lite Gets 3D GPS Navigation Add-on!”

  1. Daniel Perez says:

    This would be really cool for those of you who carry around your DS all the time. It just gives you another reason to bring it with you anywhere you go as you could find anything rather easily with this device. Although I wish it was a little bit smaller.

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