Nintendo 3DS

Nintendo 3DS

What has 3D, doesn't need glasses, and doesn't cost $1,000's? That would be the new Nintendo 3DS. Announced during the e3 event, ,t's sure to get the kids pulling on your pants pockets for the holidays. Resident Evil is going to be a blast. (From Nintendo.com) Top Screen: 3.53-inch widescreen LCD display, enabling 3D view without the need for special glasses; with 800x240 pixel resolution (400 pixels are allocated for each eye to enable 3D viewing). Touch Screen: 3.02-inch LCD with 320x240 pixel resolution with a touch screen. Cameras: One inner camera and two outer cameras with 640x480 (0.3 Mega) pixel resolution. Wireless Communication: Can communicate in the 2.4 GHz band. Multiple Nintendo 3DS systems can connect via a local wireless connection to let users communicate or enjoy competitive game play. Systems also can connect to LAN access points to access the Internet and allow people to enjoy games with others. Will support IEEE 802.11 with enhanced security (WPA/WPA2). Nintendo 3DS hardware is designed so that even when not in use, it can automatically exchange data with other Nintendo 3DS systems or receive data via the Internet while in sleep mode. Game Controls: Touch screen, embedded microphone, A/B/X/Y face buttons, + Control Pad, L/R buttons, Start and Select buttons, "Slide Pad" that allows 360-degree analog input, one inner camera, two outer cameras, motion sensor and a gyro sensor. Other Input Controls: 3D Depth Slider to adjust level of 3D effect (can be scaled back or turned off completely depending on the preference of the user), Home button to call system function, Wireless switch to turn off wireless communications (even during game play), Power button. The telescoping stylus is approximately 4 inches when fully extended. Input/Output: A port that accepts both Nintendo 3DS game cards and game cards for the Nintendo DS™ family of systems, an SD memory card slot, an AC adapter connector, a charging cradle terminal and a stereo headphone output jack. Sound: Stereo speakers positioned to the left and right of the top screen. Battery: Lithium ion battery details TBA. Languages: TBA

  • I am a huge Nintendo fan. I was excited when Wii came out 6 years ago, and was even more excited when they announced WiiU last year. If you missed the E3 show this year, you missed all of the excitement behind the Wii U. Nintendo ... I am a huge Nintendo fan. I was excited when Wii came out 6 years ago, and was even more excited when they announced WiiU last year. If you missed the E3 show this year, you missed all of the excitement behind the Wii U. Nintendo has been known to market games that appeal to the younger generation. With the WiiU, they really are making something that appeals to everyone. From Mario games, to shooters like Mass Effect 3. The graphics look really good which should rope in a lot of gamers who think it's the most important thing. As for the system hardware, there is nothing like it. having a tablet with game controls, and a touch screen is genious. The only thing that would make it better is if you could take it outside of the house. That would probably pull away from 3ds sales though, and I am sure they though of that. The WiiU should be available this 2012 holiday season. From Nintendo's Website. Size Approximately 1.8 inches high, 10.5 inches deep and 6.8 inches long. Weight Approximately 3.41 pounds (1.5 kg). Wii U™ GamePad The Wii U GamePad™ controller removes the traditional barriers between games, players and the TV by creating a second window into the video game world. It incorporates a 6.2-inch, 16:9 aspect ratio LCD touch screen, as well as traditional button controls and two analog sticks. Inputs include a +Control Pad, L/R sticks, L/R stick buttons, A/B/X/Y buttons, L/R buttons, ZL/ZR buttons, Power button, HOME button, -/SELECT button, +/START button, and TV CONTROL button. The GamePad also includes motion control (powered by an accelerometer, gyroscope and geomagnetic sensor), a front-facing camera, a microphone, stereo speakers, rumble features, a sensor bar, an included stylus and support for Near Field Communication (NFC) functionality. It is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and weighs approximately 1.1 pounds (500 g). Other Controllers The Wii U console is capable of supporting two Wii U GamePad controllers, up to four Wii Remote (or Wii Remote Plus) controllers or Wii U Pro Controllers, and Wii accessories such as the Nunchuk, Classic Controller and Wii Balance Board. Video Output Supports 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p and 480i. Compatible cables include HDMI, Wii D-Terminal, Wii Component Video, Wii RGB, Wii S-Video Stereo AV and Wii AV. Appearance The new console features a compact design that will make it a natural addition to any home entertainment setup. CPU IBM PowerⓇ-based multi-core processor. GPU AMD Radeon™-based High Definition GPU. Storage Wii U uses an internal flash memory. It also supports SD memory cards and external USB storage. Media Wii U and Wii optical discs. Networking Wii U can access the Internet via wireless (IEEE 802.11b/g/n) connection. The console features four USB 2.0 connectors – two in the front and two in the rear – that support Wii LAN Adapters. Wii Compatibility Nearly all Wii software and accessories can be used with Wii U. Audio Output Uses six-channel PCM linear output via HDMI® connector, or analog output via the AV Multi Out connector. Wii U Features In addition to introducing new ways to play, Wii U also offers users a variety of non-gaming features to enhance the overall experience. Miiverse: Miiverse is a brand-new network communication system that lets gamers from around the world share experiences, discuss games and discover new content. Using their personalized Mii character, players enter Miiverse and see games, applications or entertainment content that either they have interacted with recently, expressed interest in learning more about or that their friends are using or discussing. From here they can challenge their friends to play together, ask a question about a difficult level or discover new elements of their favorite games they never knew existed. After a notable achievement or other share-worthy moment, players can pause their game or application and seamlessly post messages to the Miiverse community. TV Remote: The Wii U GamePad controller may also function as an infrared TV remote, whether users are watching TV or playing a game. Near Field Communication (NFC): The Wii U GamePad has the ability to communicate wirelessly with objects that are held above it. This allows for a variety of interesting new possibilities for games and activities. Nintendo eShop: The digital storefront for Wii U will be available at launch and offer a variety of content for people to download and enjoy. Consumers will also be able to purchase and download select games that are also available at retail stores. Video Entertainment: Nintendo is working with Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant Video, and YouTube to bring video experiences to Wii U that will take advantage of the integrated second-screen experience. Additional details will be released at a later time. Video Chat: Using the built-in camera of the Wii U GamePad, people can communicate with other Wii U owners in real time. Internet Browser: Wii U comes with a browser that lets people with a wireless Internet connection surf the Internet from the comfort of their couches.

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