Nintendo DSi

Category: Gaming Systems - Date: April 16, 2009


The Nintendo DSi is thinner than the Nintendo DS Lite, but slightly longer. It also has larger screens (3.25 inches, instead of the previous 3 inches) and improved speakers.

The new handheld has two VGA (0.3 megapixel) digital cameras; one on the internal hinge pointed towards the user and the second one in the outer shell designed to point outward. The software gives you several photo editing options that can make manipulating images even more fun. “Nintendo DSi Sound” function serves as a voice recorder and music player of AAC audio. DSi Sound lets users adjust pitch, playback and add filters to the audio.

The DSi also features an SD memory card slot that can be used for both the camera and audio player functions. The DSi also features a built-in browser. It is possible to download games and keep them on the DSi.

2 Responses to “Nintendo DSi”

  1. Bobby Knowles Says:

    I got the regulzr old nintendo DS. Should I upgrade?

  2. linda Says:

    Bobby time for an upgrade..the graphics are way better now.