DS Lite

  • DS Lite gets a new wrapper

    Wrapped up to go, this handy little protector case for Nintendo’s DS Lite also carries along with it space for up to four games. Made with durable polycarbonate construction, the PlayGear Pocket Lite from Logitech is designed to put a shell of virtually indestructible armor around your DS Lite. The case is customizable with templates for adding your very own artwork and images. It comes… Read More

  • Rumor: Nintendo DS Lite coming in shades of red, lime green

    The images being used on Games.es are pretty horrendous, but it appears that Nintendo will be releasing two new DS Lite colors next month. The lime green and fiery red editions of the popular handheld are slated for a June 13 announcement. Only time will tell and neither of these colors are doing it for me. [via Kotaku] Read More

  • CrunchDeals: All Nintendo DS games at Circuit City 20% off

    Getting all whipped up to buy the cobalt blue Nintendo DS that comes out on Sunday? Why not load up on some games too? Circuit City is currently offering a 20% price reduction on all Nintendo DS games. Enjoy! Nintendo DS games [Circuit City] Read More

  • Fatten up that DS Lite for no apparent reason

    I know I’d never buy this doodad, but maybe some crazed DS fanboy might. I think the speakers are adequate enough and it’s the perfect size. For some reason Gametech thinks differently and wants you to fatten up that DS Lite with the Sound Shell. It also acts as a case and has a built-in stand, so that’s worth something. Not sure how much louder the sound will be, though. Read More

  • Familator lets you play Famicom games on your DS Lite

    If the Game Boy Advance slot on your DS Lite isn’t getting much use, this adapter might be just the thing to bring it out of its funk. It’s called the CYBER Familator Lite and it allows you to play Famicom games and, with yet another adapter and a lot of extra work, NES games from the US and A. It’ll be a Japan-only device at first, due out next month. No word on pricing but… Read More

  • Really Hot New DS Lite Colors: Metallic Rose and Glossy Silver

    Nintendo of Japan will release Metallic Rose and Glossy Silver DS Lites on June 23. That makes seven colors that you can find the DS Lite in over there. I was a dope and bought the white one when it first launched here, but I had my eye on this one before it went out of stock. Read More

  • Time's Gadget Of The Year: Nintendo DS In The Lead

    Time’s Gadget of The Year race lets visitors vote on their favorite gadget from a specified list of of tech toys. This year, the list featured the Apple MacBook Pro, Palm Treo 700w, Logitech Wireless DJ System, Nintendo DS-Lite, Logitech VX Revolution Mouse (which I love), and a few more. Not surprisingly, the leader of the bunch is the Nintendo DS-Lite, with a whopping 59% of votes. Read More

  • DS Lite Makes Museum Rounds


    The Japanese are using the DS Lite for all sorts of stuff. Case in point, museum-goers at Japan’s Nation Western Fine Arts Museum can now borrow a DS Lite from the front desk. The portable comes loaded with all sorts of museum guide information that displays automatically when one enters a particular gallery. Users can sort through information using the unit’s touchscreen and… Read More

  • Who is the King of Displays: PSP or DS Lite?

    PC Mag’s like the guy at the party who has to explain the joke to everyone and thus, taking all the fun out of the joke. This time they turn their Aspergers-like analytical powers to the PSP and DS Lite, examining which one of the two screens is the winner. The DS is made up of two 3.0-inch, 4:3 ratio screens – one of which is touch sensitive – whereas the PSP only has… Read More

  • Nintendo DS Media Enhancer: DS-Xtreme

    The DS-Xtreme is a media enhancer for the Nintendo DS or DS Lite. DS-Xtreme features 512MB of memory that can store game backups, audio, video, homebrew applications and more. The card is very simple to use- all you have to do is plug and play. DS-Xtreme features a USB port that plugs into a PC and mounts itself as a flash drive. All you have to do is drag and drop, put the card into your DS or… Read More

  • How to De-gloss Your Glossy Nintendo DS

    What do you get when you combine a man with a glossy DS Lite and a hatred for gloss? A sanded down DS Lite, of course. A guy took a file, a buffering tool, and some sandpaper to the front and back of the DS. The result is a mostly matted finish with some glossy parts around the lettering on the back that he didn’t want to sand off. A warning though, the intermediate shots on his site… Read More