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The original Nintendo DS model, featuring the Touch Screen (bottom screen)

The Touch Screen is a feature in Nintendo products and a screen with touch-input functionality.

Before Nintendo's Nintendo DS, which introduced the Touch Screen as the bottom screen and a regular screen as the top screen, it was not considered as much as a mainstream product for gaming devices as it is today.

The Nintendo DS Touch Screen was considered as innovative and more intuitive to older generations who may not have stereotypically been as familiar with the older means of input on a controller, such as the D-pad or analog stick. The Touch Screen was also closely linked with a Nintendo marketing branding called Touch! Generations, aimed at those audiences, as well as Motion Control; a newer form of input in Nintendo games.

Nintendo devices with Touch Screens


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