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In 2005, Neal Nueller attempted a climb of Mount Everest. As he ascended and air pressures decreased, many electronics on his person - including several laptops and MP3 players, among other things - broke as a result, but his DS stood strong, and was even playable at the top of the mountain.

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In the Nintendo DSi Sound application, if you record a sound, then hover the cursor over it for a few seconds, the sound bytes will be remixed and heard into a Super Mario Bros. overworld theme.

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Nintendo DS prototypes were designed specifically for durability - during development, for example, no prototype was allowed that could not withstand ten 1.5-meter (~5 feet) drops onto concrete consecutively without a loss of function.

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Many people mistake "DS" being an abbreviation for "Dual Screen" or some variant thereof. In reality, Nintendo intended it to stand for "Developer's System".

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Exclusive to Japanese DS consoles, there was an option to connect to Nintendo WFC via a portable Wi-Fi router (Simple Start Wi-Fi). These were almost exclusively used in Japan, and thus this option was removed internationally. However, it can still be accessed (even though Nintendo WFC is now useless); tutorials for doing so can be found online.

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The instruction manual includes instructions for setting up and inputting a WEP key from your router. The example key shown at that point in the manual is "8675309", likely referencing the 1981 song "867-5309: Jenny" by Tommy Tutone.

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The Nintendo DSi was originally intended to have a second game card slot at the heavy request of fans; however, developers decided it made the console too bulky, and cut the idea.

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