Your Nintendo R4 – Here is something more you need to know

Your Nintendo R4 – Here is something more you need to know
Gaming has become a big industry; given the condition that most of us these days rely a lot on the mobile phones. The mobile phones satisfy your working needs, your need for communications, your social networking needs and your need of entertainment. Hence the handheld mobile games have held a greater importance than any other form of entertainment, given that the average age of the gaming geek is around 20 – 25 years and thus resulted in the immense popularity of online games like the Nintendo r4 etc. Games like these help the office goers to take a few relaxing minutes out from their hectic schedule and play a few rounds of a relaxing game. A relaxing break from the monotonous tediousness helps them to begin their work with a fresh attitude after a small break. You can store games, multimedia, hardware, MP3 files and several different types of files, which you can access easily, even on the move. The first generation Nintendo r4 cards were the Super card, Game Boy Advance flash cartridges and so on; the second generation cards were G6 Real, r4 Revolution, etc. Nintendo is the leader in the market in video games on the go and they are constantly bringing up new ideas with innovations and modernization to stay ahead in this competitive industrial market. The Nintendo r4 is a kind of gaming card that helps the player to play games, watch movies, and listen to music and all that on the move. The Nintendo r4 card is the almost of the same size as the regular Nintendo DS cartridge. This also fits into the Micro SD slot of your Nintendo, thus allowing you to have easily access to your games and applications than was possible previously. The Nintendo r4card was the first ever card to store a memory greater than 2GB. It has a much higher capacity and is referred as high capacity (HC) memory cards. The R4 Card was the first to begin the trend of high memory capacity cards. The only obvious disadvantage of the Nintendo r4 card is that because of the large memory capacity, the loading times of the card was approximately 6 to 8 seconds, which is much slower than the 2 to 3 seconds that is often seen on the DSTT and the R4v2. Of late, at the beginning of June 2010, the Nintendo r4 SDHC team has released a new iteration of the r4 card, which is dubbed as the 2.10T version. This card at the beginning was confused by some of the people since the packaging was changed to a gold colour and not like the infamous clone “R4i Gold” card. The words on the card were deliberately changed to “R4 Renovation” from “R4 Revolution”. These changes were necessary as the architecture of the card itself was completely different.

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