It's a big Nintendo news day. After reporting on DS Lite sales numbers earlier, I came across this report on Joystiq
of people reporting a cracked left hinge on their DS Lite. Joystiq is quick to point out that the crack has no impact on the performace of the hinge and is merely cosmetic. However, for a device so pretty, this is a scar. Nintendo will fix the unit for $50, saying that the crack is not covered under the warranty. However, with it getting this much PR, I'd imagine Nintendo will change their tune and offer to fix or replace damaged units, as they did with the original DS when some dead pixels appeared.
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