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What is the different in between a DS lite and a DS console?


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Answered 2011-04-04 15:56:59

A DS Lite is a specific kind of a DS Console. A DS Console is all types of a DS.

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Nintendo DS and DS Lite are exactly the same except with a few different features on the actual console. A DS game will work on Nintendo DS, DS Lite and DSi as they are all the same platform.


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The Nintendo DS Lite console is the new and improved version of the Nintendo DS, which features a more slim console, better graphic and sound quality, and more sensitive pressure pads.


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On a DS lite you can change the lighting on the screens so they're lighter or darker. On the DS there is no way to change the lighting. If you get a DS or DS lite I would recommend the DS lite. It is handy because you can see it better in all different lighting.


they hold different games and the ds light is prettyer and newer


You can't download games for DS lite because you need a game cartridge for the console.


The Diffence between gameboy ds and dsi is The dsi is the fully developed ds before the realse of ds lite and the ds they both have a lot of bugs in there system will programed the dsi is complete version of ds console why they oringral want it not to have a "GBA" SLOT but because most people want a ds the realest a bugged version of dsi know the Nintendo ds/lite so the finally people would be able to get the console as they reasled as a hole new console


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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.


as far as I understand it is the same thing. ds lite is the short way of saying Nintendo ds lite.


the ds i has a camera and is available in different colors than the regular ds, and the ds lite


No, the Nintendo DS charger is different than the DS lite chager


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The psp has allot more things to do than the ds lite and more hacking abuility.


There is no difference in the function it does exactly the same things but the ds lite appearance is different and the ds lite screens are bigger Exactly the same apart from the appearance. If your Gonna buy any in eBay get the ds because if you drop it, you wont worry.


The ds lite is liter in weight it is smooth and sharp looking it also has better lighting and has awesome ds starter kits. You should definitely buy the litre.


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The charger port is on the back side of the console, between the game card slot and the L button.