Nintendo 3DS was one of the first consoles with which the user can view 3D graphics without the need for the use of special glasses.
Its design is based on autosteroscopic technology, being also backward compatible with the Nintendo DS and DsiWare software.
The console was launched in 2011, being the successor to the Nintendo DS10 and competing in the marking with Sony's PlayStation Vita.The Nintendo 3DS was a huge success, although it was also affected by some reviewers who considered the 3D effect to be uncomfortable and the need to use a second control stick.
To alleviate these initial flaws, the New Nintendo 3DS and the New Nintendo 3DS XL were released.
Regarding the design, the 3DS maintains a design in the form of a book and with double screen, touch and 3D autostereoscopic, also adding other interesting novelties such as a new analog stick, double rear camera, gyroscope and 3D signal strength control. Regarding the power, the Nintendo 3DS has a Dual Core ARM 11 processor at 266 Mhz, in addition to 128 MB of ram, that is a RAM of low consumption and high speed, being able to reach a speed of 4.2 GB per second.
For its part, the graphics processor reaches a maximum of 15.3 million polygons per second, standing out for its graphic quality, its low consumption and its speed.
A breakthrough achieved thanks to Maestro-2G technology.