Nintendo DS Lite Crimson & Black Handheld System
About this product
|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|
|Product Line||Nintendo DS|
|Color||Crimson & Black|
|Device Input Support||4-Way Navigation Button|
|Video Color Output||Color|
|Audio Output Support||Stereo|
|Power & Battery|
|Battery UpTime||Up To 19 Hours|
|Power Source Types||Power Supply - internal|
|Battery Type||Rechargeable Lithium-Ion|
|Display Size||3.12 in.|
|Supported Media||Nintendo DS Game Card, Nintendo DSI Game Card, SD Memory Card|
|Resolutions||256 x 192|
|Ram Capacity||4 MB|
|CPU||ARM9 and ARM7|
|Input Features||LCD screen, built-in microphone, volume control|
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- frankenstone69Apr 2, 2009by
Nintendo DS Lite
Nintendo loves to reinvent their handheld video game consoles, and we'd probably make fun of them if they weren't so good at it. Take their new DS Lite, for example. This handheld video game console is better than the original in almost every way, and yet Nintendo is selling it for the same price.<br><br>Obviously, the DS Lite is smaller and lighter than the original video game console. But until you hold it in your hands, you don't realize how much smaller it really is. The DS Lite is nearly two-thirds the size of the original console--about as small as Nintendo could make it and still have room for both screens and both hands.<br><br>The dual screens have also been improved. There are four brightness settings available, and even the dimmest one is brighter than the original DS console. The bottom screen is still the touch screen, although the stylus is now stored in the right edge of the video game console.<br><br>The button layout of the video game console has undergone some changes as well. The D-pad is slightly smaller, but feels just as responsive, and the Start and Select buttons have been relocated below the main buttons on the right side. The power switch is now on the right edge of the video game console, eliminating any confusion between on/off and start/select.<br><br>The DS Lite is still backwards compatible with the vast library of GameBoy Advance games, but the smaller frame means that the GBA cartridges stick out of the system when they're inserted. It doesn't interfere with the gameplay, however, and the video game console comes with a filler cartridge that protects the GBA slot when not in use.<br><br>Like the original DS, the Lite features built-in WiFi for multiplayer gaming. There's no Web browser available yet, but the free online service allows for head-to-head playing of many DS titles.<br><br>The video game console is only available in white here in the U.S., although other colors are on the way. But iPod white isn't so bad, since it's been reported that the darker colors really pick up fingerprint smudges.<br><br>If you already own a Nintendo DS, you may not find the smaller redesign worth the upgrade. But if you're in the market for a handheld video game console, the Nintendo DS Lite is the one to choose.<br><br><br>Pros: Much smaller and sleeker, brighter screens<br>Cons: GBA cartridges stick outRead full review
- cftvercarOct 8, 2015Verified purchase - USEDby
exactly as promised
- butchie_b45Sep 26, 2015Verified purchase - USEDby
Nintendo is the KING of hand helds
Ever since the original Gameboy I have always been impressed with Nintendo's ability to make a great handheld. I have owned 5 DS lite consoles and always regretted selling them immediately afterward. So much fun years after its release.
- chuckcider2005Sep 8, 2015USEDby
"Great to take with you "
This product is great to take with you on your getaways or trips because of its durability and all the extras that you can purchase.
- kelus.osp0tze2zNov 17, 2015USEDby
Good to take on the road!