A third model, called the Nintendo DSi, was announced on October 2nd, 2008. It is thinner and lighter than the Nintendo DS Lite, having removed the Game Boy Advance slot. However, this means that the Nintendo DS Rumble Pack, which was used with titles such as Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time, cannot be used. Two cameras, music playback functions, larger screens, and a Wii-like channel interface were added.
The DSi is also able to download games from the Nintendo DSi Shop, stored on an SD Card or in internal memory. It was released in Japan on November 1st, 2008, in North America on April 5th 2009 and in Europe on April 3rd 2009. The DSi's front has a huge camera-like lens, and another, smaller lens is located where the mic was originally positioned, allowing for photos to be taken with the DSi open. The games for it will most likely involve movements in front of the smaller lens, like the Wii's motion-sensing ability. 
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