Toyota's New Ride Will Turn Your Nintendo DS into a GPS

Toyota premiered a new feature for their "Smart Navi" system that can hook up with a Nintendo DS and turn it into a handheld navigation device.

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TheModernKamikaze2320d ago

Nice I think it's useful when you don't have a gps.

darthv722320d ago

interesting. Even more interesting is if you could talk to the ds and it responds as Mario like the iphone does with Siri.

Makea lefta ata the nexta streeta Whahooo

okay maybe that wasnt funny.

TheModernKamikaze2319d ago

I thought was funny :)
That would be funny to really have Mario.

Nes_Daze2320d ago

I don't think kids drive cars....

beerkeg2320d ago

I don't know if you know, but kids have parents. Those parents have cars.

That's your lesson for the day, and with no charge.

I'm nice like that.

Nes_Daze2320d ago

Doubt that a parent that buys a DS for their kid can use a GPS....

btw, it's called a joke, sensitivity can be blinding sometimes, there's yours. :)

beerkeg2319d ago

Oh sorry I didn't realise. I watched a Jimmy Carr dvd last night and laughed all the way through, but I kinda missed your 'joke'. Sorry. Must be the way you tell 'em.

SKUD2320d ago

Tailgating should be punishable by death.

beerkeg2320d ago

While I agree with what you've said I'm struggling to see what that has to do with the topic at hand.

I could say 'People who don't know how to use indicators have no right to be on the road' and while it may be true it has next to no relevance to the article.

With that said, I hate drivers who drive 10 miles below the speed limit. It p*sses me off, everyday isn't a Sunday you know?