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Nintendo DS-i: The wait begins

One in five American households has a Nintendo DS handheld gaming system, but the Japanese company hopes to better those odds when the new DS-i hits American stores sometime in 2009. CNET's Kara Tsuboi talks with Nintendo's Charlie Scibetta about why...
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