Nintendo's New DSi: Well Worth the Money

Despite some drawbacks, the new handheld game console incorporates significant improvements over its predecessorand is a lot of fun

Editor's Rating:

The Good: Digital photo manipulation; rudimentary sound editing; download store

The Bad: No MP3 digital music support; incompatible with older Game Boy Advance

The Bottom Line: A fun and useful update to Nintendo's hugely popular handheld franchise

Nintendo dominates handheld gaming, hands down. The company recently said it has sold more than 100 million of the original Nintendo DS and its follow-on DS Lite since the line was introduced almost five years ago. There's little evidence momentum is slowing.

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