Some of us looked forward to the Nintendo DSi's release for the new DSiWare, others for the improved tech. But, for the folks at iFixit, it was more about tearing the thing apart.

Not only do they provide a picture-by-picture teardown of the Nintendo DSi, but they also compare its guts to that of its predecessor, the DS Lite. Sure, we know all about what's under the hood, but there's a certain charm to looking directly at internal components. Just make sure the kids are tucked in. This is grown folks linkage.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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