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If you’re confused by cables whilst trying to charge your numerous gadgets, then help is at hand, for DS Lite console owners at least.

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Hori's DS Lite docking station: removes the hassle from charging?

Japanese retailer Hori is set to release a docking station for the Nintendo console that makes charging the gaming unit as easy as, well, placing the console into the charging cradle.

You'll have to plug the docking station into a power source, of course. But once you do, then you’ll be able to charge the unit with greater ease.

It’ll be available from online retailer Play-Asia.com in April for $17 (£9/€13), and it looks as though the company’s happy to ship to the UK.

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