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Nintendo DSi XL Burgundy Console
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Nintendo DSi XL Burgundy Console

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Meet the newest member of the Nintendo DS family - Nintendo DSi XL. Nintendo DSi XL is a high-powered handheld game system with an extra large, wide viewing angle screen, and a full size, easy to hold stylus. It comes loaded with features like touch-screen control for a unique experience.


Snap photos with the built-in camera, edit and send them to friends, play back your music with Nintendo DSi Sound, or browse the internet with the Nintendo DSi Browser


The screens on Nintendo DSi XL are 4.2", which makes the screen on Nintendo DSi XL 93 per cent bigger than the Nintendo DS® Lite screen. The wide-angle visibility of the larger screens makes Nintendo DSi XL perfect for sharing. Ponder over brain teasers with the person sitting next to you, or even surf the Internet together on the Nintendo DSi Browser.


Included Software - Your Nintendo DSi XL system comes packed with exciting software to enjoy right out of the box:


  • The Nintendo DSi Browser is just one of the bonus pre-installed software options that comes free with Nintendo DSi XL. Other software already pre-installed includes: Clubhouse Games - Express Card Classics - Play classic card games on your Nintendo DSi XL.A Little Bit of... Dr Kawashima's Brain Training: Arts Edition - features various challenges based on words, pictures and music that you can use regularly to keep your brain sharp in just a few minutes a day.
  • Photo Clock - Photo Clock turns your Nintendo DSi XL into a photo frame with added clock and alarm functions.
  • Flipnote Studio - Flipnote Studio is an application that can be used as a notepad along with the stylus. Users can also replay a number of pages of the memo pad to create animated sequences.


Features

Nintendo DSi XL contains all of the features from Nintendo DSi, including Nintendo DSi Camera, Nintendo DSi Sound and Nintendo DSi Shop. Nintendo DSi XL is compatible with all Nintendo DS titles, except those that require use of peripheral devices that utilise the Game Boy Advance game Pak Slot


Nintendo DSi Camera
Experiment as you edit, morph and distort your favourite images. Store and record your daily life and achievements with a photo diary.

11 different lenses! Including:


  • Mischief lens - Use this lens to add special effects to your favourite photos.
  • Distortion lens - This lens enables you to totally distort your pictures in real time.
  • Graffiti lens - Use the graffiti lens to experiment with different graffiti designs on your favourite photos.

Nintendo DSi Sound
The Nintendo DSi Music Player lets you store and play your music - but it also enables you to have fun recording, distorting and looping sounds too.You can even change the speed & pitch of your favourite songs.


  • Listen - Now you can store your music on an SD card and listen to your favourite tracks on your Nintendo DSi.
  • Record - Use your Nintendo DSi mic to record up to 10 seconds of any sound you like, and then playback.
  • Manipulate - Change the playback pitch and speed, or loop recordings. Great for language and music lessons.

Nintendo DSi Shop
Browse the web on your Nintendo DSi and download all of your favourite games. Visit the Nintendo DSi Shop to download exclusive Nintendo DSiWare using your Nintendo Points.


Nintendo DSiWare
The Nintendo DSi Shop is constantly updated with exciting new games and the latest applications!


In the Box

Burgundy Nintendo DSi XL Console Pack Contents:

- Nintendo DSi XL console (Burgundy)
- Nintendo DSi XL Stylus (large) x1
- Nintendo DSI XL Stylus (inserted into the Nintendo DSi XL system) x1
- Nintendo DSi XL AC Adaptor
- Nintendo DSi XL rechargeable battery pak x1

Category Nintendo DS » Console Deals
Publisher Nintendo
Developer Nintendo
Australian Release Date 15th April 2010