Summary: Pros: -It does allow web browsing on a DS Lite -Reasonably easy to configure -Supports AOSS standard which simplifies connection to AOSS-capable access points (like Buffalo's models). The linking process is pretty simple with this standard. Cons: -Slow. Yes, really. Even with broadband, no congestion, and the AP transmit/receive settings configured they way their instructions specify. It's slow.
Summary: it can be a bit slow, but what do you expect? it's certainly NOT a computer connection. It's very handy when you need something really quick and you don't feel like starting up your slow computer. if you disable images the website loads faster. there is no video, flash, or sounds, but it's meant to be a handy tool, not a computer replacer. websites like myspace are slow, where as things like email, google and other search engines are pretty quick.
Summary: Good browser but could be better. The DS Lite browser is a bit slow, perhaps comparable to dial-up speed. The keypad is setup like the Wii's, but unlike the opera browser for the Wii there's no word prediction list, meaning you'll have to tap the screen for every single letter. It does not support sound either. However, I do enjoy the fact that we can bookmark sites and utilize the search function.
Summary: The DS Browser is a great tool for those times that you need to connect to the internet to quickly check something. It is of course not as fast as a regular computer but still very functional. I use it frequently to read books online.
Summary: The DS Browser was a great idea that was poorly executed. Seeing as how this comes from the same group that made Opera Mini, it is a huge disappointment. Despite the fact it's an overall disappointment I still think the DS Browser is better than nothing. The navigation is about as easy as you would expect. You tap links to open them and you drag pages up and down to read them.