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Cheap Nintendo DS

Updated on April 1, 2011

Features at a Glance

  • Most popular handheld game system to date
  • Dual screen with bottom screen being a touch screen
  • Up to 19 hours of playtime on a full charge
  • Wireless connectivity to play with friends
  • Thousands of games for all ages

Portable Gaming at a Great Price

Introduced in 2006, the Nintendo DS was the successor to the Gameboy Advance SP. With a sleeker design and the new dual screen implementation, the Nintendo DS has become the most popular handheld game system on the market, reaching sales of over 65 million units as of September 2008.

Not only can the Nintendo DS play DS games, but it can also play Gameboy Advance games as well.  With the broad selection of games, it makes the unit attractive to kids (and adults) of all ages. 

Though the price has come down since its original release, it doesn't hurt to find yourself the best deal on a Nintendo DS. We have compiled some of the best prices available right here for your shopping convenience - take a look below and get a cheap Nintendo DS right now.

 

Best Cheap Nintendo DS Lite Systems

Why you Should buy a New Nintendo DS

Many people will suggest that you buy a used Nintendo DS to save money.  Even though that may sound like a good option, there are many reasons why you might want to reconsider and choose to buy a new DS.

The biggest reason that a new DS purchase is a smart one is that you have warranty on a new machine.  Since it is an electronic device, there are many things that can go wrong with it, and having a warranty gives you the peace of mind that if you do run into a problem, you didn't just flush your money down the toilet.

Older DS machines may have scratched screens, a battery that can't hold a proper charge and may of other operating defects.  There is nothing worse than seeing your child light up with joy when you give them a used DS only to find that it doesn't work properly.

Save yourself a headache and choose a new DS instead of a used one.

Nintendo DS Lite Review

Essential Nintendo DS Accessories

One of the things that I have learned over the past couple of years with respect to owning a Nintendo Ds is that there are a number of accessories that you just can't liive without.  They help to make your experience a more enjoyable one and also help to get more life out of your investment.

Some of the recommended accessories include the following:

  • Case
  • Extra Styluses
  • Screen Protectors
  • Game Storage Cases
  • Car Charger
  • Extra Home Charger

Obviously, your needs will depend on your situation, but chances are that you will benefit from some (if not all) of the above accessories.  Check out some of the deals on accessories below.

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