|Image non disponible|
|Passez la souris au-dessus de l'image pour l'agrandir
Cliquez sur l'image pour l'agrandir
Vous en avez un à vendre? Vendez le vôtre
D'occasion: Un objet ayant été utilisé. L'objet peut présenter certaines traces d'usure, mais il ... En savoir plus sur l'état
|Region Code:||Region Free||Platform:||Nintendo DS|
|Type:||Handheld System||Model:||Nintendo DSi|
|Get an all-in-one multimedia gaming experience with the Nintendo DSi Launch Edition in white, an innovative take on traditional handheld gaming. This handheld Wi-Fi game system console from video games leader Nintendo features a user-friendly touch screen for truly interactive game-playing, as well as two 0.3-megapixel cameras, one in front and one in back, so you can take photos of your games. The camera also features several filters and manipulation techniques so you can add flair and personality to your photos. Use the Wi-Fi capability on the Nintendo DSi to browse the Internet, check your email or post status updates to all your favorite social media sites, and use it as a music player. DSi consoles from Nintendo provide an immersive media experience that combines video games with light computing tasks, making them functional digital accessories to help you stay connected or pass the time while on the go. These consoles also feature backward compatibility for games, so you can use older versions of your favorite games without the need to upgrade. The dual screen design features one screen for viewing the game or browsing the Internet, and a second for accessing the controls. The Nintendo DSi in white is the third version of the Nintendo DS console, and it features several upgrades over earlier models, including screens that are 17 percent larger. The buttons are built for ease-of-use and are large and easy to press, plus they feature an audible click. Expand the memory of this DSi console by adding an SD card so you can store all your photos and other files without running out of space. Two of the largest improvements with this model are the processor and the internal memory. The Nintendo DSi boasts a powerful ARM9E CPU clocked featuring 133 MHz and 16 MB of RAM. Navigation is fast and simple and uses one row of icons, with many of them large enough that you don’t even need to use the stylus.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||100234299|
|Product Key Features|
|Region Code||Region Free|
|Additional Product Features|
|Audio Output Support||Stereo|
|Product Name||Nintendo DSi|
|Power Source Types||Power Supply-Internal|
|Battery Type||Rechargeable Lithium-Ion|
|Device Input Support||4-Way CROSS Keypad|
|Supported Media||SD Memory Card|
|Video Color Output||Color|
|CPU||Arm9 and Arm7|
|Product Line||Nintendo Ds|
|Battery Uptime||Up to 14hr.|
Il reste 0 objets. Veuillez saisir un nombre inférieur ou égal à 0.
Veuillez sélectionner un pays valide.
Veuillez saisir un code postal de valide.
Veuillez entrer 5 ou 9 chiffres pour le code postal.
Délai de manutention nationale
Expédition dans les 1 jours ouvrables après réception du paiement.
L'objet doit être renvoyé dans un délai de
Mode de remboursement
30 jours après réception par l'acheteur
|Modes de paiement|
DSi - The Ugly Truth
Nowadays, nearly every console that comes out is retooled and redone, and Nintendo is no exception. Sure, some of them are a masterpiece (GameBoySP) and others are pieces of cacapoopoopeepee (GameBoy Micro). Why should the DS be an exception? We got the original, not very bright and big as all hell. Nintendo went back and made it better. We got the Lite. Brighter, smaller, bigger screens, a win all-around! But Nintendo wasn't satisfied. They had to revisit it. They made it even smaller, with larger screens, a more powerful CPU, slapped on a pair of cameras, and gave us an SD slot for music and pictures. And, of course, much better WiFi capability. It's all great, I love all of these new improvements. But wait, something's missing. Where the hell is Slot-2? The fatal flaw. Not only has the DSi lost backward compatibility, but all those accessories? Worthless. If you liked Guitar Hero:On Tour, good luck playing that without a Guitar Grip. That is the only thing I hate about the DSi, and the sole reason gave it a 4/5. So if you've got a GH fetish or a stack of GBA games, you might want to hit up the Lite. Otherwise, take the upgrade or even the upgrade of the upgrade, the DSi XL.
Another great handheld from Nintendo
With a few improvements over its previous models (the NDS and NDS Lite) the NDSi now includes a front and back camera, sound recorder, memory card slot and the ability to install applications and games. The screens are slightly larger and the colors look more vivid ares well. The only downside to this handheld, is that there is no longer any support for GBA cartridges. Similar to what happened when the Gameboy Micro dropped support for older GB and GBC games, nintendo decided to focus more on the new features of the device and move are sway from previous gen compatibility. Overall it's it's a great handheld with great improvements over the DSLite, however if you were interested in playing GBA games as well you will be better off with a NDSLite.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : japan_4_you
Affordability Meets Creativity
Even though it's no PS3 or Wii, it still has it's rich backgrounds and endless entertaining titles to keep you engaged through a good part of your life. Just buy a couple of RPG games or check out the top 10 PS2 games from any review site, and you'll actually appreciate having your PS2. I definitely enjoy it's interactive and easy navigation as well as it's simplicity. I think the bottom line is that if you just want some good entertaining games and affordability, definitely consider buying a PS2 used or new. One of the reasons I bought a PS2 was for the Final Fantasy series and hearing such rave reviews about Kingdom Hearts. I think if you want to escape for just a little bit out of your life, relax, and just sit , try the PS2.
PS2 - Great ... or not so Great ???
The Playstation 2 has many functions to it, you can get it in Jet Black or you can get it in Silver, which looks much better, but it is very rare to find. I have many games for this console and personally I love it overall! Advantages: lots of good games out, Sleek looking, DVD movie playable - basically good value for money :-) Disadvantages: Xbox's graphic capabilites are superior - Still waiting for hard drive peripheral for PS2. Also there are only two controller ports, compared to the higher rated Xbox. Also the games are quite costly so go figure! The verdict: I would say that the Sony Playstation 2 is a high quality games consule with extraordinary gaming power capible of being achieved. Many people tend to dissagree, but I think that the Sony Playstation 2 is the best games console going and other consoles such as the XBOX and Gamecube don't even compare to the quality of this tiny black/silver box of fun.
Sony PS2 -- A whole lotta bang for a little buck!
The PlayStation 2 game console was the best of its generation. Can it hold a candle to the nextgen systems (PS3 and XBOX 360)??? Let's see... Graphics: Nextgen wins. This one's a no-brainer. The PS2 can't compete with the nextgen systems on this front. Though I should mention that the PS2 has very good graphics. Gaming Library: PS2 wins. There are games for all ages on the PS2 and you can play the PS1 games as well. The PS3 (as of this writing) is still having compatability issues with the PS2 and PS1 games. Online: Difficult...Nextgen takes it. The 360 has decent online funtions. PS3 is lagging on that front...PS2 online is free... Size: PS2 wins. The original is bulkier than the slim, but still smaller than nextgen systems. Price: PS2 all the way! If you can afford to go out and drop $400 minimum for the nextgen systems, by all means, have at it. But for those of us looking to spend considerably less than that, the PS2 is where you'll get the most bang for your buck. Overall, I've had absolutely no problems with the PS2. The PS2 doubles as a DVD player (regular DVD's, not HD or Blu-Ray) and though I've never used it as such, it can also double as a CD player. A remote can be purchased separately. I would recommend the PS2 to anyone not in a position to go out and buy the newest nextgen console.