Nintendo 3DS game carts pictured as well as possibility of e-reader capability for the device

3DS could become more capable with WiFi connectivity.

Published Jun 18, 2010 5:26 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:34 PM CST
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Nintendo's handheld 3DS system has gotten a lot of attention at E3 this week, and they had an actual game cartridge on hand to give the crowd a look at what the carts will look like. Slimmer than Nintendo DS carts, they also have a tab on one corner to set them apart from previous cartridges.

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This was not the only news about the device though. It's ben reported that Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata spoke with Nikkei and gave the possibility that the wireless connection of the 3DS could possibly lead to ereader functionality, including downloading e-books, newspaper articles, and magazine. The 3DS also has the ability to connect to any WiFi network which would help make e-reader functions more available.
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