The Opera Web browser for the Nintendo DS has just landed on European shores for €40 (or £30 or $50). Though the Web browser has received mixed reviews in the past, it still offers a decent way for DS users to visit their favorite Web sites without having to lug around a laptop or pay outrageous data fees for cellphone Internet access.
The Opera Web browser comes as a cartridge for either the original Nintendo DS, seen here, or for the newer DS Lite. The next territory it's expected to be released in is North America; the exact date is still unknown, however.
Nintendo DS Opera Browser released in Europe [SlashGear]