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Nintendo 3DS (Flame Red)

Nintendo 3DS (Flame Red)


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features

  • Plays US 3DS games only
  • The 3DS is able to display 3-D effects without using 3D glasses
  • Backward compatible to Nintendo DS and DSi
  • 4" screens and 3D analog sticks, extended battery life, better Wi-Fi support
  • 3D Camera included
  • 3DS uses parallax barrier LCD from Sharp

description

The Nintendo 3DS is based on a custom Pica200 graphics processor from a Japanese start-up Digital Media Professionals (DMP). It has two screens; the top screen is a 3.53-inch 5:3 3D screen with a resolution of 800x240 pixels (400x240 pixels per eye, WQVGA) that is able to produce a stereoscopic three-dimensional effect without 3D glasses, while the bottom screen is a 3.02-inch 4:3 non-3D touch panel with a resolution of 320x240 pixels (QVGA). The 3DS weighs approximately 8 oz. and, when closed, is 5.3 inches wide, 2.9 inches long, and 0.8 inches tall.

The system features several additions to the design of the original DS, including a slider on the side of the device that adjusts the intensity of the 3D effect, a round nub analog input called the "Slide Pad", an accelerometer, and a gyroscope. In addition, there is an infra-red communicator port situated on the top of the unit.

The 3DS has two cameras on the outside of the device, capable of taking 3D photos and capturing 3D video, as well as a camera positioned above the top screen that faces the player; both cameras have a resolution of 640x480 pixels (0.3 Megapixel). The system also has 3D movie playback capability.

Compatible with both Nintendo DS and DSi games, and a new generation of 3DS games.

further info

Official Release Date Sep 09, 2011
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0003454094
Item Code  0045496719357

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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:4

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andrescapo_ (177) on 31, Aug. 2012 08:15 (HKT)
Beautiful
I had a Black 3DS that I got before this color was released, when I learned about the system transfer and how I could keep my ambassador status I bought this one right away and it works perfectly.

The console is awesome, everything is high quality and its beautiful. The 3D doesn't hurt my eyes, but thats because I'm used to it now, it only hurts the first day, then the eyes adjust to it and its just second nature.
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meetmeineleusis (11) on 09, Feb. 2012 10:27 (HKT)
This next-gen handheld is a joy to own
This system is packed with features, and innovation. The augmented reality games are near impossible to describe to someone, you just have to see it in action. It can take 3d pictures, and with a software update it can also take 3d movies. I could go on ad nauseum about the goodies Nintendo has packed into this machine.

That said, the system does have some drawbacks.
The construction of the system feels cheap. The hinge on the system can sometimes allow the top screen to slam into the bottom screen, resulting in 2 vertical scratches on the 3d display. Invest in a protection filter.

The internet browser on this machine is quite frankly, broken. Until it is fixed I just cannot give this system 5 stars, however incredible and cutting edge it may be.

HTML5 and Flash simply do not work on it. Nintendo does not want their customers watching video content for free and playing Flash based games. What this means is that about 90% of the websites you like to visit just won't work on this machine.

If you're like me and like to travel light, this is a serious drawback. I don't like carrying around multiple expensive electronic devices, and Nintendo's decision to deliberately cripple their internet browser has ensured that my 3DS stays at home comfortably sitting on its charging dock.


I recently emailed Nintendo of America to level criticisms at them for this decision (their competitor, Sony, at least has a browser that works) and they basically told me to go pound sand. They have no intentions of making the 3DS internet browser work with modern websites.
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adamklasicki (3) on 14, Nov. 2011 19:36 (HKT)
All i can say is. Wow
All i can say is, WOW. The build of this device just makes you want to lick it! Really?! It fits awesomely in your hand and the interface, the 3d apps, the eShop, the whole ecosystem and experience is sooo much better than my Lite or what I've seen of the DSi. If you are not buying one of these soon, you are missing out!
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