There's a lot to like about the Nintendo DSi -- a multi-faceted, touch-screen, hand-held gaming device. The portability factor, accompanied by the long battery life, makes it a really great gift for gamers -- children and adults alike. And while DS games tend to be pricey, the built-in Camera and Sound applications will keep you (and your kids, when you finally take a break) entertained and creative.
On the back of the DSI, from the left to the right, you can see the Right Control Button (on the far left corner), the Wrist Strap Attachment (appears as two small holes), the DS Game Card Slot (in the very center), the AC Adapter Connector, and the Left Control Button (on the right corner).
In this photo, you can also see the Volume / Screen Brightness Control on the side of the DSi.
You can take and edit photos with the DSi camera or you can modify photos that you've already taken and which are stored in the Album. You can also import or copy images to a SD card, as well as exchange (or send) images to another DSi that's in wireless range.