Chief Gizmateer of RealTechNews writes:
The Nintendo DS Lite was released a couple weeks ago over in Asia and luckily the Geeks know where to get it… directly from Asia! Nintendo products are region-free meaning it does not matter where you play the device because it’s a universal system! As long as you can read English, Japanese, Spanish, French, German, or Italian, you will be able to play the DS Lite.
Imagine getting your hands on a DS Lite long before it’s sold in the US and being the envy of your fellow portable gaming geeks! By the way, I’ve only really seen great reviews on this product.
The new, more compact version of the Nintendo DS, DS Lite comes in at 215 grams in weight, 133mm wide, 73.9mm high and 21.5mm deep – 42% smaller and 21% lighter than the original design. The DS Lite also features an option for brightness, which has four different settings.
Is the Nintendo DS Lite worth fighting over (video), though? Source: Gizmos for Geeks
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