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Nintendo 3DSAt E3 2010, Brian Tong takes a first look at the Nintendo 3DS. Nintendo's newest portable gaming device.
>> This is Nintendo 3DS. >> Brian Tong here with CNET.com, and this in my hand is a first look at the Nintendo 3DS. You guys can't really see this, but this -- it's awesome to look at. This doesn't require any 3D glasses whatsoever. You're looking at a 3.5 inch wide screen, 3D panel on the top -- again, no glasses required. You also get a few different controls. You have this analog stick over here on the left side. You'll get the standard D pad and the controls. You see the standard camera here at the top on top of the screen, but if we flip it around to the back you'll actually notice two additional cameras that will allow you to take 3D pictures of yourself and then watch them here on the 3DS. Also, you have here on this far left-hand side, you have a slider that actually will let you turn either the 3 function on or off and even change the depth of the 3D. Now, this is just a little game play sample. We can't actually play any games on this. They're just showing a video sample. But head on, this looks pretty amazing and something that we just haven't seen before. There's no pricing on the 3DS. We don't know when it will be released yet. But there you have it. This is awesome stuff. This is going to change things a little bit. I'm Brian Tong for CNET.com with your first look at the Nintendo 3DS. ^M00:01:16 [ Music ]