Yet more DS redesign

After looking at the last post, I realised that the whole “slide-out” thing was entirely unnecessary for a nice-looking system and really restricted the possible size of the screen. Here’s a version without the gimmick.

4 thoughts on “Yet more DS redesign”

  1. G’day (I can tell from the above post that you’re Australian..all Australians have problems with Telstra ;P )

    I, as I am sure so have many others, came across your blog after seeing your DS design on a message board. I wanted to be one of the first to tell you that it’s an absolutely brilliant concept, and you should definitely look at getting it into the hands of a Nintendo representative sometime soon.

    Even if it’s simply getting a look in, it’d be worth it, because there is so much potential in just that one concept idea. It would certainly make the system a more attractive purchase for a lot of people (myself included).

    Anyway, good luck with your phone/internet problems πŸ˜‰

    K

  2. Well, they are pretty good at actually reading emails fans send in, but I don’t know how far it will go πŸ™‚

    But I would say, if you ever get the chance, to give it to someone important there πŸ˜›

  3. The problem I see with this approach is the balls of your palm will be covering the speakers. I would recommend moving the speakers up.

    The power button is too accessible, so someone may accidentally press it. So where Nintendo has placed it on the DS Lite and the fact that it is a switch is more desirable.

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