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Does the original DS have bigger screens than the DS lite?

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No, the Nintendo DS and Nintendo DS lite have the same screen size.

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I think what you mean is DS Lite. There is no such thing as DS Simple. The DS Lite is a portable gaming console that has two screens. It is smaller and lighter than the original Nintendo DS.


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The dsi is a tad bigger. But you cant tell because it is WAYYYY lighter than a ds lite.


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