Nintendo has revealed its latest 3D portable gaming technology – the Nintendo 3DS. The latest 3DS features a 3.53-inch top screen that enables 3D view without the need for special glasses with 800×240 resolution and a 3.02-inch touch screen with 320×240 resolution. The controls have been updated, and now above the directional pad is a thumb stick, which Nintendo calls the ’slider’. Like the Nintendo DSi, the 3DS features a front facing camera and a camera on the back – though there are two camera lenses on the back of the 3D, allowing it to take 3D photos. Both cameras have a 640×480 or .3 megapixel resolution. The Nintendo 3DS supports WiFi 802.11 wireless connectivity. Multiple 3DS systems can connect via a local wireless connection to let users communicate or enjoy competitive game play.
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