Spin your Lite 'round and 'round
Actually, we don't recommend spinning your DS around on this new stand, for several reasons -- first, neither product is made to withstand heavy levels of abuse, and second, we wouldn't want you to get dizzy and fall out of your chair. But you can tilt it to your heart's content for that perfect angle, and it's probably sturdier than the (awesome) bendy stand we're so fond of. You can change the orientation as well, so you can switch from a regular game to something like Brain Age 2. It keeps going as well, just in case you feel the urge to play upside down. At only ¥1480, or less than thirteen US dollars, even with shipping costs it still seems like a deal for non-Japanese gamers.
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