The Nintendo 3DS arrived at our CNET New York offices this afternoon escorted by a group of lovely ladies with tethered 3DSes in-hand.
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The 3DS will initially be available in Cosmo Black and Aqua Blue.
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First items out of the box are the manuals and six AR Game cards.
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The 3DS power adapter.
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The 3DS can be charged via the wall charger or this included drop-in dock.
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The 3DS and charging dock side by side.
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Here we can see slots for the stylus and game cartridge as well as left and right shoulder buttons.
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Notice the infrared IR port to the right of the stylus slot.
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Here we can see the Wi-Fi switch.

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