Nintendo has confirmed that the console sold through 300,000 units in each market, not the two markets combined, as they initially reported. So DSi sales over its Western launch weekend total 600,000.
They also said that there were no plans to cut the price of DS or Wii, despite the latter's falling sales in Japan.
They did discuss additional services that might come to DSi in future: museum maps, tour guides, and schoolroom applications. But, they said, Nintendo was not going to head off the threat from Apple's iPhone by moving into the mobile phone market.