At last, I've had a chance to spend quality time with the 3DS, Nintendo's new glasses-free 3D handheld—and yes, it lives up to the hype, although I found that a little 3D on the 3DS's 3.53-inch display goes a long way.
Slated to arrive in the U.S. on March 27 for $249, the 3DS looks pretty much like the DSi, complete with the usual dual displays, the DS slot, and the standard D-pad.
Take another look, though, and you'll spot the new analog stick on the left side of the console, as well as the twin 0.3MP cameras on the top cover for taking 3D pictures. (Click here for more specs, launch titles, and other details.)
The 3D slider switch
Of course, the feature we've all be waiting for is hinted at by the little 3DRead More »from Eyes-on with the Nintendo 3DS