Chances are, you've already munched on our '5 things you need to know about the DSi', so here's the perfect thing to wash it down – some live shots of the PSP-botherer itself.
As you can see, the DSi has been given a stealthy new lick of paint and is a smidgen thinner (12%, to be precise) than the DS Lite thanks to the omission of the GBA port.
There's also a pair of 0.3MP cameras (one on the front hinge, the other on the back) which, rather than replacing your compact camera, lets you graffiti, squish and generally ruin your friends' faces with a selection of photo effects. None of that awkward Go!Cam nonsense for the DS.
On the down side, the DSi shop – which you can access from the main menu – isn't live yet and the DSi's new SD card slot will only let you play AAC files and not MP3. Still, it's an undeniably smart update to the portable gamer, and you'll be able to grab one from April 3rd for £150. Look out for a full review on Stuff.tv very soon.