The DSi's camera is probably the lowest-quality camera device you can buy today that can still counts as a camera. But, it's still a camera, and your kids might enjoy making their photos slightly more interesting than the default shots.
We didn't quite get the DSi's bundled Camera editing software—exactly what's the point of stretching a body part with lame animations—and then we watched this semi NSFW clip. I'm not saying that we "get it" now, but we're certainly a few steps closer to penetrating the unique design minds of Nintendo engineers.
The new DSi will not only feature a camera and SD-based music player, but some robust supporting software known as DSi Camera and DSi Sound. Demoed in these two clips, what can we say? Apparently, the only thing that's been missing from the DS Lite was a way to turn an attractive Japanese model's face into Sloth from …