Overall size has been reduced -- DSi is 12% or 2.6 millimeters slimmer than the Lite.
Comes with an external 0.3 Megapixel camera 640 x 480 pixel pictures
A VGA camera located on the hinge, directed towards the user. You'll be able to edit pictures using the touchscreen.
Full music playback functionality, including adjustable pitch and playback speed.
Both screens have been expanded to 3.25 inches, The bottom screen remains the only touch screen.
SD memory card slot is included, and there'll be on-board memory.
Will ship with an built-in Nintendo DS web browser.
DSi will allow users to download games from DSWare, a new service that operates with Wii Points -- or, as they are now known, Nintendo Points.
Logging onto DSWare for the first time will grant users 1,000 free Nintendo Points.
DSWare comes in four pricing categories: free (!), 200 Nintendo Points, 500 Nintendo Points, and 800 Nintendo Points.
Since there is no GBA support a possibility of DRM protected downloadable GBA games could become available, similar to current games on the Playstation Store.**Still RUMOR**
It will come in lovely matte white and matte black. Begone, foul fingerprints that have taunted us so!
And finally, it launches on November 1st in Japan, and will cost ¥18,900, or roughly $179. UPDATE: The DSi will hit Europe in Spring 2009, with word of an North American release after April.