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The Nintendo 3DS Gaming Console can officially be purchased for $249.99

Nintendo 3DS OfficialFrom the pre-release period, the Nintendo 3DS is getting a big attention of the media.The outside design is that much changed from the previous ones, but after opening the console the differences will come out one after another just like surprises.  The major change is the inclusion of  a Slide Pad for your left thumb. This is also a very important change besides it’s being 3D though it’s been criticized a lot for making the touch screen under the main display resistive and stylus friendly. Recently after the release of the US version, the responses are coming out and gamers are happy, but there are still issues with the device.

First comes the most staggering feature, Glass Free 3D. The 3D display is 3.5 inches diagonally and its resolution is 800 x 240 pixels. Is it sounding too wide? Actually you will get 400 x 240 pixels as they will be divided to your both eyes separately. Still it’s a big leap from the 256 x 192 pixels. Pushing the little switch on the right will toggle the 3D mode of the display. 3D really does the magic with some ‘if’s. To feel the 3D you will have to be stable with the console, otherwise your hand will be busy adjusting the 3D intensity of the display rather than perfecting aims in the games.  Holding it steadily 12 inches far from the eyes will give you the best 3D experience.

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Top 5 of Must-Have Gadgets for 2011

Top 5 of Must Have Gadgets

High-tech gadgets have ceased to be mere novelty items and have become an everyday necessity. They make learning easier, communication faster, and day-to-day functioning convenient and entertaining.

Bundled with top broadband deals, the latest electronic gizmos don’t just keep us abreast with the latest trends; they actually provide us with an advantage at work and in business. Here are the top five gadgets that you should have to maintain your edge in an increasingly high-tech world.

1. Nook Color Digital Book

If you love the written word, the Nook Color e-reader tablet should be in your library. For around $249, you can get their full-colour touch screen model which, when loaded with broadband packages, can also be used to surf the web and connect with social media. If you think Nook Color is a little too expensive, get their $149 model which features a book-page-type, easy-to-read screen. Either way, the slim Nook digital book has an expandable MicroSD slot, extended battery life, and a LendMe application for sharing with fellow book lovers.

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E3 2010: Nintendo 3DS means glasses free 3D display

Nintendo 3DSE3 2010 is still running at Las Vegas and we are glad enough to give you some of the latest innovations featured on the stage. Yesterday was the time for Nintendo to present the next Gaming device, called 3DS.

Nintendo released DS in 2004 and changed the way users experienced games. After that, another major release was the WII console that was the first motion controlled gaming console.

This week at E3 the new portable gadget sends Gaming industry to the next level: 3D.

The top screen is an LCD display with 3.53-inches and  supports 800 x 240 pixel resolution. We almost forgot to tell you, the display has 3D view, whom can be activated or deactivated by switch button located on the right side(400 pixels are allocated for each eye to enable 3D viewing). Above the 3D screen is situated the inner camera and on the sides there are Stereo Speakers.

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