Excerpt: As the second overhaul of the Nintendo DS design, the DSi is less about cosmetic changes and more about functionality. The DS Lite was smaller, brighter, and more attractive than the original clunky DS hardware, but the DSi focuses more on its built-in camera and internet features than anything else. Before you turn the system on, the most obvious additions are the two cameras.
Summary: Nintendo is ready to start printing some money again, as the release for the super successful DS follow-up, the DSi, hit American soil earlier this month (April). The Nintendo DSi is a sure bet to build on the unprecedented success of the DS Lite, which was introduced back in 2006. Nearly 60 million units later, Nintendo is going to release what it claims is an alternative -- not a replacement -- to the DS, but that's more public-relations-speak than fact.