Nintendo 3DS price, specs, review 價錢、規格及用家意見

Looking to lounge around in a comfy sofa or bed while you entertain yourself with great video games? Enter the Nintendo 3DS, the answer to your boredom in a handheld gaming device that flips open and offers you 3D viewing capabilities. Read more about the Nintendo 3DS price, specs, and features in Hong Kong below.

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Looking to lounge around in a comfy sofa or bed while you entertain yourself with great video games? Enter the Nintendo 3DS, the answer to your boredom in a handheld gaming device that flips open and offers you 3D viewing capabilities. Read more about the Nintendo 3DS price, specs, and features in Hong Kong below.

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Nintendo 3DS Specs

Release Date in Hong Kong
DateFeb 2011
Display diagonal8.97 cm (3.53")
Display resolution800 x 240 pixels
Display number of colours16.78 million colours
Second display diagonal7.67 cm (3.02")
Second display resolution320 x 240 pixels
Battery life (max)8 h
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
AC input frequency50 - 60 Hz
Wi-Fi standards802.11b,802.11g
Security algorithmsWPA,WPA2
Card reader integratedYes
Compatible memory cardsSD
Product colourBlack
PlatformNintendo 3DS
Built-in cameraYes
Main camera resolution640 x 480 pixels
Second cameraYes
Built-in speaker(s)Yes
Number of built-in speakers2

Nintendo 3DS Hong Kong Price, Specs, and Features

Nintendo 3DS Hong Kong - Setting the Bar for Handheld Gaming Consoles

Play your video games everywhere with the Nintendo 3DS handheld gaming console. The Nintendo 3DS is Nintendo's latest handheld gaming console that takes after the good ol' GameBoy units of the past. It comes in many different colours with interchangeable cases and its two displays are prominently displayed in the flip-open clamshell design.

Immersive 3D

The Nintendo 3DS features 3D capabilities (hence its name) that are adjustable in the top screen of its clamshell design. A little slider on the right side of the 3DS allows users to adjust the 3D effect of the screen, allowing for a whole new level of immersive gameplay. The front camera of the 3DS tracks the face of the user so that the 3D effect is constantly active, providing further immersion into the games played on the 3DS.

Intuitive and Unique Controls

The 3DS controls through a blend of hardware buttons and touch-screen capabilities. Users can control their games through the use of a circle pad for precise 360 control, and a C-stick on the right side for more subtle movements. The traditional shoulder buttons and face buttons are also present for the standard game controls.

What sets the 3DS apart from other handhelds is the inclusion of a stylus that can be slid out from the bottom of the device. The stylus is mainly used to control the touch screen on the bottom half of the 3DS, allowing more precise navigation and also better controls in other applications.

Reverse Compatibility

Longtime fans of Nintendo and its handheld consoles and games typically have a large collection of games from the past. They'll be immensely happy to know that the Nintendo 3DS has the capability to play older Nintendo console games apart from the standard 3DS games. If you've got a bunch of older games from older and other Nintendo consoles, you can continue to enjoy them on the Nintendo 3DS.

More Than Just For Gaming

The Nintendo 3DS may be a handheld console that's primarily built for gaming, but it certainly has more features than those meant for gaming. The 3DS has a web store that allows you to purchase not just games, but also download video applications for free. Popular video streaming entertainment such as Netflix and YouTube can be downloaded to enjoy your favourite shows.

The Nintendo 3DS also has a web browser that you can utilize to read up on news or anything like that. You can also use it to check up on game walkthroughs and tips – all that without leaving your game console.

Reviews of Nintendo 3DS
Reviewed on 2012-03-09
3D gaming experience is surprisingly good, - Sound build quality, - Ability to turn 3D off, - Large games selection, - Can play DSi & DSLite games, - Can create your own and keep others Miis, - Nintendo eShop, - Parental controls
Games are expensive, - Picture quality is poor, - Advised not to use 3D more than an hour, - Advised not to let anyone under 7 use device in 3D mode, - Have to get just the right distance & angle for 3D to look correct
Julie asked the Gadgeteer Kid and me if we would like to do a joint review of the Nintendo 3DS portable gaming system. As many of you may know, the 3DS is Nintendo‘s latest and greatest handheld gaming device. Not being a video game player at all, I a...
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Reviewed on 2011-09-06
Glasses-free 3D here today, Backward-compatible to DS/DSi games and DSiWare, Bonus: Built-in 3D camera for sweet stills and more
Expect some eye fatigue over long stretches, Limited titles at launch
The makers of Wii and Game Boy have done it again with the 3DS. Its sweet, innovative technology is now a relative bargain, too: Aren't you glad you waited? ...
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Reviewed on 2011-06-17
3D works surprisingly well. Bright, beautiful screen. Analog thumb pad is comfortable. Compatible with DS game titles.
3D can be hit or miss; requires watching the screen at just the right angle. Mediocre battery life.
Nintendo has a long history as the reigning king of portable gaming. First there was the wildly popular Game Boy brand, including Game Boy Pocket, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance. Game Boy was eventually replaced by the Nintendo DS, which has been...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-13
How do you create a successor to the DS, a video game handheld that seemingly “prints money?” Well, if you’re Nintendo, who’s sold 146.8 million Nintendo DS handhelds over a little more than six years, you launch the Nintendo 3DS – the world’s first g...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-09
3D effects look great, Outstanding extras and preloaded software, Wellrounded experience provides fun even when not playing games,
Poor battery life, Weak launch line up, Steep price point
The Nintendo 3DS is the latest handheld offering from the Big N, and with it comes a first for gaming: glasses-free 3D. Is this unprecedented feature the only thing the 3DS has going for it, or is there more to this portable device that justifies its heft...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-08
Circle pad, immense options, increased durability, 3D effects/screen options, sensor gameplay incorporation, continuous play through “suspended” feature, augmented reality game, and high discovery experience even without online features
High price, flash/zoom camera functions, short battery life, and “update” fatigue – the Nintendo DSi was released only two years ago
The Hype: Introducing the Nintendo 3DS system. Experience incredible gameplay, featuring real 3D graphics, with no need for special glasses. Nintendo 3DS is a breakthrough in portable entertainment, a truly cutting-edge piece of hardware. It has to b...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-06
The 3DS, Nintendo’s latest portable gaming platform and the first with a 3D display, made its U.S. debut on March 27th. Nintendo moved 400,000 units on launch day in Japan, and Amazon U.K. said the device broke console pre-order records as well. So, be...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-26
Just about four and a half years ago, Nintendo got a big win in terms of the "cool" factor with the release of their current generation home console, the Wii. The system, with its incredibly unique and wholly intuitive control scheme, impressed nearly...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-26
Nintendo has long defined the rules of childhood. In Nintendo’s world, logic and whimsy are intermixed and there is always a bigger boss and another castle. We learned from Nintendo that you can always turn your enemy’s weapons against them and that ev...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-25
Nintendo has a reputation for kooky, eccentric products, and on that front the 3DS is no different. Upgrading the now-familiar clamshell console with a glasses-free 3D display, it promises a new breed of games, impromptu social gaming with StreetPass, ...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-24
Ever since it was unveiled last year, there's been a lot of talk about the 3DS. Would it really deliver on its promise of bringing 3D gaming to the masses? In short, yes. The 3DS is certainly a technological marvel, if only for its unique pixel-overlay...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-23
When Nintendo of America's President and COO, Reggie Fils-Aime, says that the company's latest handheld, the Nintendo 3DS, is in a "category of one," he's not kidding.When it ships on March 27, Nintendo's handheld will be the only gaming device on th...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-22
3D visuals are true gamechanger. Variety of fun, preloaded apps. Lots of reasons to carry it around in sleep mode,
Camera images are lowquality. Chews through battery in the blink of an eye. Games start at $40.
What’s so appealing about 3-D, anyway?A while back, I saw two landmark 3-D movies in the same six-month time span: Avatar and the revival of Captain EO at Disneyland. The latter, a 1986 Michael Jackson flick, used 3-D in the sort of ham-handed ridiculo...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-22
3D works well, Much more powerful than the DS, Incredible amount of potential
Very short battery life, Low-resolution camera, Missing a lot of software
Whether you love the company or hate it, it is hard to deny that Nintendo is currently the king of gaming systems. Arguments can be made against them, especially when it comes to pushing the boundaries of the industry, but it is hard to overlook the i...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-21
Compelling 3D screen, Interesting AR game demos, Analog controls
Costly, Poor battery life, Screen requires exacting precision
See that greenish blue thing up there? That might look like this greenish blue thing over here that we reviewed a few weeks back, but actually they're not the same. No, sir. This thing up there is the genuine, guaranteed, red-blooded American version, rea...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-21
The Nintendo 3DS launches in North America on March 27th. Is this new glasses-free 3D goodness worth your hard-earned $250? Regarding the above question, there are a few major factors to consider: Price, Games, 3D and Battery Life. Starting with the ...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-18
Clever and intrepid social networking features, Dual cameras can capture 3D pictures and video, Portable 3D without special glasses
Narrow "sweet spot" viewing field for 3D effect, Low 0.3-megapixel cameras, Only 5 hours battery life playing 3DS games
Let's get a few things out of the way: Yes, the Nintendo 3DS's splashy glasses-free 3D is impressive. No, it won't make you cross-eyed or blind. Yes, the 3D effect you've heard so much about creates clever and often fascinating gameplay. No, the preloa...
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Reviewed on 2011-02-18
The official North American launch of the Nintendo 3DS handheld is just over a month away, and Nintendo is really motoring to get both the hardware and software lineup all ready in time for March 27 (March 25 for Europe). Neoseeker was invited to test dri...
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Reviewed on 2011-06-09
Although we've previewed the Nintendo 3DS just before it's official launch (31/03/2011) in Australia, we decided to hold back on a full review of the console in order to give the unit a thorough testing and more than 10 games later, we're finally read...
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Reviewed on 2011-05-21
3D works well, comes with dock and included games, 3D is optional, has potential
One analogue stick, 3Dinduced headaches, no unique games yet, low quality cameras, battery life poor, expensive at $400
The Nintendo 3DS in Aqua Blue (Image: Chris Southcott/ 6 years after the Nintendo DS launched, Nintendo has come back with more portable goodness. But are the improvements, including the new 3D functionality, in the Nintendo 3DS enou...
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