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|The Nintendo DS Lite manages to pack even more fun into a smaller, slimmer body that's less than two thirds the size of the original Nintendo DS.Nintendo DS Lite might be over 20% lighter than Nintendo DS, but it's a lot heavier on features. Nintendo DS Lite doesn't just play DS games - it also features an additional port for Game Boy Advance Game Paks.Nintendo DS Lite has twin ultra bright LCD screens that combine crisp, punchy colors, along with touch-screen technology on the lower screen to deliver some of the most groundbreaking gameplay ever developed.Nintendo DS Lite has powerful dual processors that bring impressive 3D graphics to life with lightning-fast rendering. Even the stylus for Nintendo DS Lite has been redesigned. It's longer and thicker and works with the system's improved controls to make gameplay even more fun.|
|Product Name||Nintendo DS Lite|
|UPC||004549671807, 0045496718077, 045496442439, 045496443191, 045496443375, 045496443382, 045496443399, 045496718251, 4902370516258|
|Product Line||Nintendo Entertainment System|
|Color||Crimson & Black|
|Device Input Support||4-Way Navigation Button|
|Video Color Output||Color|
|Audio Output Support||Stereo|
|Battery Type||Rechargeable Lithium-Ion|
|Power & Battery|
|Battery UpTime||Up To 19 Hours|
|Power Source Types||Power Supply - internal|
|Display Size||3.12 in.|
|CPU||ARM9 and ARM7|
|Supported Media||Nintendo DS Game Card, Nintendo DSI Game Card, SD Memory Card|
|Resolutions||256 x 192|
|Ram Capacity||4 MB|
|Region Code||Region Free|
|Input Features||LCD screen, built-in microphone, volume control|
The Nintendo DS Lite is slimmer and much sleeker that the original DS. The device employs innovative dual-screen and microphone-enabled gameplay as well as Wi-Fi multiplayer capabilities, allowing for a growing list of original and fun games that you can't play on any other system. In addition, the system is backward-compatible with almost every GBA title. All these additions come without increasing the price or decreasing the features of the original DS.
Playing online games via Wi-Fi can be a hassle. The darker models are just as susceptible to scratches and smudges as the Sony PSP and the iPod, and its multimedia potential remains exclusive to Japan.
With a slick new design, brighter screens, and a growing library of fun and innovative games, the Nintendo DS Lite is an impressive improvement over the original DS.
Average review score based on 579 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I purchased the system a month ago. I like how it is not so bulking to hold and all the buttons are easy to reach. I also like having the abiity to use a stylus on the touch pad of the system. I decided to buy the system for the name of nintendo. They have a good reputation when it comes to handheld video games system. There is nothing about the system that I dislike and I would recommend this product to anyone else that is looking for a handheld video game for themselves or another family member.
Initially I bought this product for the price. It was much more inexpensive than paying the retail. The Nintendo was in fine shape & looked almost brand new. In addition it works like brand new. The screen has no scratches on it at all. As a bonus it came with extra styluses, & screen protectors. I bought it for my granddaughter for X-Mas. She was thrilled & still is. I'm told she uses it every day. I couldn't have done better if I bought it new.
For me as an adult who LOVES those mario bros. type games. Lived through the 80's NES and Genesis systems! And used to them!
I think there's MORE things I DON'T like about the DS than I like about the DS systems
The things I can say I like are
1) Great portability! Easy to pack all the games in one small case (I have a storage case for it) Take it anywhere. The fun part! For example: play it while we wait for our meal to come when we go to sizzler etc! (2 points of 10)
2) These can play all the Gameboy Advance games! Including my favorites! Super Mario 3 Thus.. backward capatible! NICE! (1 point of 10)
3) The games like Mario 64 and mario Kart etc avalible here! (3 points of 10)
NOW WHAT I DON'T LIKE as an adult whos USED to the older systems!!!!
1) The touch screen is DIFFICULT for me to use and get used to! I always have a problem using the touch screen as a 3D stick! Even with those plastic pencils! WISH IT HAD SOME KIND OF BUILT IT 3D JOYSTICK! THEY WORK MUCH BETTER! (Minus 3 points from a 10)
2) The Gameboy advance cartrides stick out while using. Dont like it. Prone for accidently hitting that part. (No biggi)
3) Really dont like the duel screens. I can at times be distracting while playing when both are on. (No biggi)
4) Dont care that much for the touch screen feature. Its too EASY to accidently push the "wrong botton". Have to be careful while moving from bedroom to living room not to touch anything as an example! (minus 1 point from a 10)
5) games COST TOO MUCH! As much as the Xbox 360 or Wii games! Even the DS system is expensive to buy! $129 as of 10-09 (I dont care, oh well)
6) Those DS cartridges! You have to BE VERY CAREFUL with them. They're very small and really easy for someone to "snatch" one or easy to accidently "slip" out of your pocket! (hasnt been an issue yet)
So all in all. One of the BIGGEST thing I really really DISLIKE is the lack of built in 3D joysick! I just CANNOT and UNABLE to use the touch screen as a joystick. Never been able to make it work right!
So the rating I would give as an adult whos used to the 80's NES. I would give a 6 out of 10. If the DS console had somekind of built in 3D joystick, I WOULD really love the DS (9 of 10)!!!
A leap forward in handheld gaming...but STILL a tremendous waste of time, lol.
The touch screen is very nice and easy...tyhe multiplayer no longer needing a cord is hot.
Wish there were more security settings on the CHAT, or wish it could be disabled for younger children.
WIll reach a couple of houses down...too far if you ask me.
Still, really nice screens and computing power.
No support for the original Gameboy games, only Gameboy Advanced, so don't throw away or sell your SP just yet.
Seems to be a bit tougher than I expected, also.
The hinge is reallt strong (was worried).
Charger is also much smaller, convenient on trips. The games are smaller too.
Easy to pack.
Hope this helps...
A handheld with a great pedigree, the DS is Nintendo's latest lucrative, prancing campaign through the handheld market. The DS Lite is Mk.II, fixing some of the issues with the original design, slimming it down to something considerably more sexy while improving the already stellar battery life.
- Extensive game library including previous generation GBA cartridges
- Not region-locked, very import-friendly
- Touch screen input allows for versatile UI and creative game elements
- Durable (derp Nintendo products) and clam shell design protects screen
- Free WiFi service, download play (one game across multiple DS systems)
- Homebrew/mod friendly
- Limited ability for 3D rendering
- Not compatible with first generation GameBoy and GameBoy Color games
- Lacks features of the Mk.III, the DSi