BackgroundThe DSi is the third iteration of Nintendo's best-selling portable video game system. Nintendo DSi gives new and veteran gamers the ability to customize, personalize and share their experiences with friends and family. Two built-in, interactive cameras let people snap and modify photos, while recorded sounds can be played and manipulated.
- CPU: 133 MHz ARM
- System RAM: 16MB RAM
- Upper Screen: 3.25" (diagonal)
- Touch Screen: 3.25" (diagonal)
- Internal storage: 256MB internal flash
- Cameras: 0.3 megapixel
- Wi-Fi: 802.11 built-in (WPA/WPA2 security)
- Flash media support: SD/SDHC
- W x H x D: 137 x 74.9 x 18.9 mm (clamshell closed)
- Weight: 214 g
- battery life: 9-14 hr maximum (lowest brightness setting)
Nintendo confirms that not only have lifetime-to-date sales for its 3DS hardware have reached 5 million units in... posted Feb 20, 12 10:32am
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[image1 link=yes height=400 float=right]Nintendo was forced make an early announcement for their 3DS after leaks... posted Jun 15, 10 6:56pm
The next DSi color variation making its way to the States. Starting this July, U.S. consumers will be able to... posted Jun 08, 10 4:59pm
The Big N's been in an aggressive mood lately. Not content with the latest report of a profit dip in six years,... posted May 08, 10 3:33am
Nintendo's latest financial report for the fiscal year ending March 31st, 2010 confirms expectations from... posted May 06, 10 7:28pm
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I've got to say, the DSi is an impressive device. The new interface is welcome, the upped hardware will in no doubt be used in the future, and DSi Ware has potential to be awesome. The cameras are very low quality; comparable to a camera on a cellphone; but they are very fun to play with. And that's what the cameras were intended for from the start. To have fun.
The bigger screens are great. The screen size have been increased by about 17%, and it's very noticeable. The visuals put out on the DSi are notably crisper than it's predecessors. The speakers have also been given a boost. They are louder and more clear sounding than before. I definitely noticed that when I was playing Chrono Trigger. :)
And not to mention the matte finish. The matte feels great, and makes the DS easier to grip compared to the DS Lite's slippery gloss. Also, fingerprints don't show up--which is great.
I'm satisfied with my upgrade so far, and I can't wait to see what Nintendo has in store for the machine. I just hope they hurry up with the North American Virtual Handheld announcement--I'm dying to play some Golden Sun.