Nintendo 3DS Revealed At E3 2010

Posted: Jun 15 2010, 11:57am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:46pm CDT, in E3


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The new 3D portable console from Nintendo is indeed called Nintendo 3DS. So no change in the initial name that Nintendo revealed a while ago.

The Nintendo 3DS has two screens like the DS and DSi. The bigger screen measures 3.5-inch. The cool part of the 3DS is that you do not need glasses. The 3DS has a slider to adjust the degree of the 3D effect.

The 3D screen on the 3DS is not a touchscreen, only the second screen is touch enabled. The Nintendo 3DS has improved graphics engine. Nintendo integrated a stereoscopic camera in the back of the 3DS. Yes, that means you will be able take 3D photos with the 3DS.

The Nintendo 3DS is able to play 3D movies from Hollywood studios. Basically you get a 3.5-inch 3D TV with the 3DS.

The Nintendo 3DS has permanent connectivity to the cloud. It sounds like it is similar to Kindle's network connectivity.

Nintendo did not reveal the price and the release date for the Nintendo 3DS.

More Nintendo 3DS details unveiled.

E3 2010 will start on June 15th and we will be at the show to bring your first hand coverage of the hottest new gaming gear. We expect to see and go hands on with the Nintendo 3DS, Playstation Move and Kinect for Xbox 360.

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