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Nintendo 3DS Takes No-Glasses 3D Mainstream

At a Glance

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    Though it's uglier and trickier to get the hang of than its predecessors, the 3DS manages to be a unique gaming machine that Nintendo fans will want.

At a Glance

Though it's uglier and trickier to get the hang of than its predecessors, the 3DS manages to be a unique gaming machine that Nintendo fans will want.

Pros

  • Clever and intrepid social networking features
  • Dual cameras can capture 3D pictures and video
  • Portable 3D without special glasses

Cons

  • Narrow "sweet spot" viewing field for 3D effect
  • Low 0.3-megapixel cameras
  • Only 5 hours battery life playing 3DS games
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