How many mAh is the battery that..

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Feb 17, 2008
  1. ExDee
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    I was wondering because I am going to buy a new rechargable battery, that how much mAh does the battery that the Nintendo DS lite comes with.

    PS. What other stores are there that are like DX [​IMG]
     
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    The official Nintendo batteries are 850mAH for the original DS, and 1000mAH for the DS Lite, I believe. There are third-party batteries out there that go up to 1800mAH, but I can't speak for the quality or longevity of them - I'm still on my original battery in my DS Lite, and still getting good times between charges.
     
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    Yeah I was about to buy a 2000 mAh battery for ds in DX but the reviews said that it really isnt 2000. thanx
     
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    Any brands you know of that has good reviews? saw a 1200 mAH kinda cheap. Dragon or something was the brand
     
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    I would be cautious with the Dragon brand. Several of the products I bought under their name were defective.
     
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    I haven't heard a single review for a DS battery that actually extends the life of the DS, and I've only heard of a few that manage to maintain the DS's current battery life. The third-party batteries don't seem to work too well from what I've read. You'd be best getting a spare one official from Nintendo.
     

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