Nintendo has teamed up with the publisher Harper-Collins to muscle in on the electronic-books market and the result is this literary cartridge.
Comprising 100 classics, with more available to download, it’s a cheap and cheerful alternative to Sony’s eReader, the BeBook and the iLiad. While it’s no match for the big-name versions - the backlit screen of the DS is far less gentle on the eyes than their electronic ink - it’s a neat package for onthe- go reading and very reasonably priced.
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