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Nintendo DS Lite offers: DS Lite Pink is a lighter and brighter version of the highly successful Nintendo DS, Nintendo's latest console includes all the existing features of the Nintendo DS, yet includes a variety of distinctive changes which truly sets it apart from other handheld consoles.

Nintendo DS Lite Pink retains the advanced touch screen technology, allowing players to control the software with a stylus or even their finger, as well as dual screens, voice recognition and Wi-Fi capabilities of the Nintendo DS but is now both smaller and lighter. Weighing nearly 60g less than the original, it is just two thirds of the original size. The redesign isn't only cosmetic though, the Nintendo DS Lite Pink features adjustable screen brightness with four settings, a repositioned microphone for ease of use and a larger and more comfortable stylus. With its new design and unique features, this console is perfect for everyone regardless of age, gender and gaming skills.


Nintendo DS Lite Pink Features

Nintendo DS Lite Pink has two bright screens which can be adjusted to four levels to adapt to different lighting conditions and to extend battery power.

The Nintendo DS Lite Pink microphone sits in the center of the unit, and the LED lights are clearly visible whether the unit is open or closed.

The Nintendo DS Lite Pink stylus is 1 centimeter longer and 1 millimeter thicker than the stylus of the original, and slides into a side storage slot.

The Nintendo DS Lite Pink Start and Select buttons were repositioned for easier access.

A Nintendo DS Lite Pink removable cover keeps the Game Boy Advance cartridge slot clear from dust and debris when it’s not in use.


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Nintendo DS Lite Pink at Play.com: Nintendo DS Lite is a lighter and brighter version of the highly successful Nintendo DS, which has sold more than 4 million units across Europe and 16 milllion units worldwide. Nintendo's latest console includes all the existing features of the Nintendo DS, yet includes a variety of distinctive changes which truly sets it apart from other handheld consoles. Nintendo DS Lite retains the advanced touch screen technology, allowing players to control the software with a stylus or even their finger, as well as dual screens, voice recognition and Wi-Fi capabilities of the Nintendo DS but is now both smaller and lighter. Weighing nearly 60g less than the original, it is just two thirds of the original size. The redesign isn't only cosmetic though, the Nintendo DS Lite features adjustable screen brightness with four settings, a repositioned microphone for ease of use and a larger and more comfortable stylus. With its new design and unique features, this console is perfect for everyone regardless of age, gender and gaming skills.

It's less than two-thirds the size of the original Nintendo DS and more than 20 percent lighter.
Its two bright screens can be adjusted to four levels to adapt to different lighting conditions and to extend battery power.
The microphone sits in the center of the unit, and the LED lights are clearly visible whether the unit is open or closed.
The stylus is 1 centimeter longer and 1 millimeter thicker than the stylus of the original, and slides into a side storage slot.
The Start and Select buttons were repositioned for easier access.
A removable cover keeps the Game Boy Advance cartridge slot clear from dust and debris when it's not in use.


Nintendo DS Lite Pink Console

Nintendo DS Lite Pink at GameSeek: Nintendo DS Lite is a lighter and brighter version of the highly successful Nintendo DS, Nintendo's latest console includes all the existing features of the Nintendo DS, yet includes a variety of distinctive changes which truly sets it apart from other handheld consoles.

Nintendo DS Lite retains the advanced touch screen technology, allowing players to control the software with a stylus or even their finger, as well as dual screens, voice recognition and Wi-Fi capabilities of the Nintendo DS but is now both smaller and lighter. Weighing nearly 60g less than the original, it is just two thirds of the original size. The redesign isn't only cosmetic though, the Nintendo DS Lite features adjustable screen brightness with four settings, a repositioned microphone for ease of use and a larger and more comfortable stylus. With its new design and unique features, this console is perfect for everyone regardless of age, gender and gaming skills.


Cheap Nintendo DS / DS Lite Pink - Info

The Cheap Nintendo DS Lite Pink(sometimes abbreviated NDS or DS, also as iQue DS in China) is a handheld game console developed and manufactured by Nintendo, released in 2004. It is visibly distinguishable by its horizontal clamshell design, which is almost a throwback to the Game & Watch, and the presence of two displays, the lower of which acts as a touch screen. The system also has a built-in microphone and supports wireless IEEE 802.11 (WiFi) standards,[6] allowing players to interact with each other within short range (30–100 feet, depending on conditions) or over the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service.

The letters "DS" in the name are meant to stand for both Dual Screen and Developers' System, the latter of which refers to the features of the handheld designed to encourage innovative gameplay ideas among developers.[7] The system was known as Project Nitro during development.

On March 2, 2006, Nintendo released the Nintendo DS Lite Pink, a redesigned model of the Nintendo DS, in Japan. It was later released in North America, Australia and Europe.

The Nintendo DS and Nintendo DS Lite have sold over 26.82 million systems as of September 30, 2006.

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Other Pink Nintendo DS / DS Lite hardware

  • Gameboy Camera - a monochrome camera cartridge for the original version of the gameboy, includes a simple picture editor and ability to print pictures via Game Boy Printer

  • Broadcast Satellaview - Only released in Japan, an add-on for the Super Famicom (Japanese SNES) that allowed anyone to download games by a satellite.

  • Game & Watch – A series of handheld games made by Nintendo from 1980 through 1991.

  • Game Boy Player – An adapter for playing Game Boy games on the GameCube.

  • Game Boy Printer - An adapter designed for printing things from the Game Boy. It was used for printing out Pokémon information from the Pokédex in the Game Boy Pokémon games.

  • iQue Player – A version of the Nintendo 64, with double the clock speed and downloadable games, released only in the Chinese market.

  • iQue DS - A version of the Nintendo DS, release only in China.

  • Nintendo 64DD – Only released in Japan, this add-on system's games are on re-writable magnetic disks. Games released include a paint and 3D construction package, F-Zero X Expansion Kit, for creating new F-Zero X tracks, a sequel to the SNES version of SimCity, SimCity 64 and a few others. A complete commercial failure, many speculated that Nintendo released it only to save face after promoting it preemptively for years.

  • Pokémon Mini – Unveiled in London at Christmas 2000, the Pokémon Mini was Nintendo's cheapest console ever produced; with games costing £10 ($15) each, and the system costing £30 ($45). This remains the smallest cartridge-based games console ever made. Sales of this system were rather poor, but, unlike the Virtual Boy, Nintendo made a profit on every game and system sold.

  • Mobile System GB - Released in Japan, December 14, 2000. The Mobile System is an adapter to play Game Boy Color games on the cell phone. The game Pokémon Crystal was the first game to take advantage of the Mobile System. Someone can hook an adapter to their Game Boy and connect it to a mobile phone which people can receive news, trade, and battle with other players across Japan.

  • Pokémon Pikachu - A handheld device similar to the popular Tamagotchi toy that allowed the user to take care of Pikachu in the manner of a pet.

  • Super Game Boy – Adapter for playing Game Boy games on the Super NES, which would be displayed in color.

  • Triforce – An arcade system based on Nintendo GameCube hardware, developed in partnership with Sega and Namco.

  • Virtual Boy – The Virtual Boy used two red monochrome displays to create a virtual reality-like system. Fewer than two dozen games were released for it in the United States. It is the only Nintendo game system to be a commercial failure (see here for more information).

  • Wireless Play - The program allow you to play wireless games on another system. This featuring 3 wireless play programs: Mega Man X8 on August 9, 2006, Mega Man X: Command Mission on August 16, 2006 and Mega Man Maverick Hunter X on September 10, 2006.

  • Yakuman – A handheld Mah-jong game released in 1983.

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