<div id="cgDescription"> <p>Introducing the Nintendo 3DS system. Experience incredible gameplay featuring real 3D graphics, with no need for special glasses. Nintendo 3DS is a breakthrough in portable entertainment, a truly cutting-edge piece of hardware. It has to be seen to be believed.</p>
<div class="row"> <h3>Key Features</h3> <div class="left"> <ul> <li><strong>3D Screen</strong></li> <ul><li>The Nintendo 3DS system opens up a whole new world of eye-popping gameplay possibilities. The stereoscopic 3D display of the upper screen gives objects within the game world a feeling of space and depth that extends far into the back of the screen. It becomes easier to see the position of characters and obstacles in the world, making many game experiences even more intuitive for all types of players.</li></ul> <li><strong>3D Depth Slider</strong></li> <ul><li>A built-in 3D Depth Slider allows you to immediately adjust the intensity of the 3D settings on the Nintendo 3DS system to your liking. The 3D effect can also be turned down completely-all Nintendo 3DS games and applications can be played in 2D, and look better than any Nintendo handheld before it.</li></ul> <li><strong>Motion Sensor & Gyro Sensor</strong></li> <ul><li>Portable play control reaches a new level with these amazing features, allowing for new & unique gameplay mechanics. A built-in motion sensor and gyro sensor can react to the motion and tilt of the system, so whether players are twisting their systems side to side or moving them up and down, their motion-compatible Nintendo 3DS games respond instantly.</li></ul> <li><strong>Two Screens</strong></li> <ul><li>Game graphics have never looked better on a Nintendo handheld system, thanks to the two screens of the Nintendo 3DS system.
A widescreen display on the top screen shows 800x240 pixel resolution, allocating 400 pixels for each eye to create the 3D effect.
The bottom LCD touch screen operates at a resolution of 320x240-with both screens capable of displaying a brilliant 16.77 million colors.</li></ul> <li><strong>Analog Control</strong></li> <ul><li>With the Circle Pad, located above the + Control Pad, Nintendo 3DS offers full analog control in 3D game worlds. Combined with the touch screen, traditional buttons, camera and microphone input, and advanced motion control of the Motion Sensor and Gyro Sensor, the potential is extraordinary.</li></ul> <li><strong>3D Camera</strong></li> <ul><li>The Nintendo 3DS system uses its two outer cameras to see the world in 3D, much like the human eye. This allows for the creation of 3D photos, 3D video, and even 3D stop-motion animations, that make for an eye-popping addition to your next photo op.</li></ul> <li><strong>Stylus</strong></li> <ul><li>All Nintendo 3DS systems come with a Stylus to allow for precise touch controls on the bottom screen.
The original Nintendo 3DS comes with an Adjustable Stylus that can be shortened or lengthened to your liking.</li></ul> <li><strong>SD Memory Card Included</strong></li> <ul><li>Every Nintendo 3DS system comes packed with a 2 GB SD Memory Card. You can use this SD Memory Card to store your 3D photos, and sound recordings created on the Nintendo 3DS system, and music** from your PC. You can also use it to store games downloaded from the Nintendo eShop. The Nintendo 3DS system has SDHC card compatibility to increase your storage space even further.</li></ul> <li><strong>Backwards Compatibility</strong></li> <ul><li>Almost all existing Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi games can be played on a Nintendo 3DS system in 2D</li></ul> <li><strong>StreetPass</strong></li> <ul><li>Social and wired like no Nintendo system before it, Nintendo 3DS brings fellow players together in exciting new ways with StreetPass? communication. Set your Nintendo 3DS to Sleep Mode and carry it with you wherever you go to exchange game data like Mii characters, high scores, and custom characters with other users you pass on the street. You control what data you exchange, and you can exchange data for multiple games at once, making virtual connections with real world people you encounter in your daily life.</li></ul> <li><strong>SpotPass</strong></li> <ul><li>Your Nintendo 3DS system can automatically connect to a wireless internet access point. Once connected, special items will download automatically to your system via the SpotPass feature, even while in sleep mode. Some of these surprise items include exclusive content and promotions from Nintendo Zone, unique 3D videos from the Nintendo Video service, and add-on game content from your favorite Nintendo 3DS games! </li></ul> </ul> </div> </div> <div class="row"> <h3>Images</h3> <div class="left"> <img src="http://media.nintendo.com/nintendo/bin/du4RGEAonjwoG_XsEuRL1OQnauOs9IdA/k8sdJqXZsuRZ-AUiFvaF-Ro4ihGGc3mB.jpg" style="float:left;width:45%;padding:5px" /> </div> </div> <div class="row"> <h3>Details</h3> <div class="left"> <ul> <li>Size (when closed): 2.9 inches high, 5.3 inches long, 0.8 inches deep.</li> <li>Weight: Approximately 8 ounces (including battery pack, stylus, SD memory card).</li> <li>Upper Screen: Wide-screen LCD display, enabling 3D view without the need for special glasses. Capable of displaying approximately 16.77 million colors. 3.53 inches display (3.02 inches wide, 1.81 inches high) with 800 x 240 pixel resolution. 400 pixels are allocated to each eye to enable 3D viewing.</li> <li>Lower Screen: LCD with a touch screen capable of displaying 16.77 million colors. 3.02 inches (2.42 inches wide, 1.81 inches high) with 320 x 240 pixel resolution.</li> <li>Camera: One inner camera and two outer cameras. Resolutions are 640 x 480 for each camera. Lens are single focus and uses the CMOS capture element. The active pixel count is approximately 300,000 pixels.</li> <li>Electric Power: AC adaptor (WAP-002 [USA]). Nintendo 3DS Battery Pack (lithium ion battery) [CTR-003].</li> <li>Charge Time: About 3.5 hours</li> <li>Battery Duration: When playing Nintendo 3DS software about 3-5 hours. When playing Nintendo DS software about 5-8 hours. </li> <li>Wireless Communication: 2.4 GHz</li> </ul> </div> </div> <div class="row"> <h3>What's In the Box?</h3> <div class="left"> <ul> <li>Nintendo 3DS system</li> <li>Nintendo 3DS AC adapter</li> <li>Nintendo 3DS stylus</li> <li>SD Memory Card (2GB)</li> <li>AR Card(s) (view the cards using the outer cameras to play supported AR games)</li> <li>Quick-Start Guide</li> <li>Operations Manual (including warranty)</li> </ul> </div> </div> <div class="row"> <h3>About Nintendo 3DS</h3> <div class="left"> <p>Introduced in 1985, the Nintendo Entertainment System was an instant hit. Over the course of the next two years, it almost single-handedly revitalized the video game industry. Selling over 60 million units, people brought games like Mario and Zelda into their homes for the first time on the NES.</p><br /> <p>On March 27, 2011 in the United States, Nintendo launches the Nintendo 3DS system, which allows users to view 3D content without the use of special glasses.</p> </div> </div> </div>