Nintendo today unveiled its latest home console, the Nintendo 3DS.
The 3DS is a handheld device, and its hardware includes three different screens for gaming and a controller for handheld use.
The company has also introduced the Nintendo Direct, a live video stream that will give gamers a first-hand look at Nintendo’s latest console.
Nintendo is launching the 3DS with two different models, the 3GS and 3DS XL.
The Nintendo 3GS will have a 3.5-inch Super LCD-5 touchscreen and a 4K resolution display, while the 3ds XL has a 5.5 inches Super LCD display with a higher resolution screen and larger display.
The Nintendo 3ds will come with an HDMI port, and Nintendo says it can play games on the 3.7-inch, 16:9 screen.
The display has a refresh rate of 60 frames per second.
The 3DS will have dual front cameras that allow for live video chat and 3D gaming, and the company is launching a “sports camera” for 3DS that will allow users to take photos and video at their own pace.
The system is also designed for the younger crowd, which means that it will be powered by the Tegra 3, which is the same chip that powers the iPhone 5s and the new iPhone 6s.
It also has a 12.3-megapixel camera with autofocus and a 1.3GHz dual-core processor.
The software for the 3rd generation of the Nintendo system is designed to be more portable and easier to use than the first-generation 3DS, which sold about 5 million units.
Nintendo is also working on a new system that will be similar to the Nintendo Switch.