Announced at E3 2010 and released in 2011, the Nintendo 3DS is the follow up to the Nintendo DS. The system features Dual Screens, with the bottom screen acting as a touchscreen.
The system's innovation is its ability to produce an "autostereoscopic" 3D effect without the player requiring special glasses. On top of this, the system features improved graphics and sound capabilities and a 3D analogue nub.
Information on all first-party Nintendo 3DS hardware and peripherals as they become available.