Yahoo writes: "Now more of a handheld entertainment device than a pure gaming console, the newest Nintendo handheld feels slick and has great potential.
The latest DS transformation is less dramatic than the shift from DS to DS Lite back in 2006. Nonetheless you'll find it hard going back to the old console after laying your hands on a DSi.
Rest assured if it's only the games you really care about on your current DS then there's no urgency to upgrade just yet. It would be silly to part with the asking price of £149.99 RRP only to enjoy a matt finish and slightly lighter / leaner case or even games on fractionally larger / brighter screens. However if you don't already own a DS, the DSi is worth stretching for that additional £50."