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Nintendo DSi hits 1m in Europe

Five weeks quicker than DS Lite.

Nintendo has announced that the DSi has sold more than one million units in Europe after eight weeks on sale.

That's since its 3rd April launch - during which time the DS Lite, which originally took 13 weeks to hit one million, added another 500,000 sales of its own.

Nintendo had previously reported that the DSi sold nearly 100,000 units in its first two days on sale in the UK.

The dual-screen handheld costs GBP 149.99 and you can check out our hands-on for a reminder of what we made of it.

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