Nintendo 3Ds Price in Pakistan
The Lowest price of Nintendo 3Ds in Pakistan is Rs.29,000 and estimated average price is Rs.34,900.
A famous handheld console, the Nintendo 3DS was one of the few devices to be able to produce 3D images without the need for 3D glasses. It has a lot of games available on it, from many of the major franchises such as Mario and Pokemon. The price of this device is in the mid ranges today.
As one of the leaders in handheld gaming consoles, Nintendo has produced many devices over the years. The Nintendo 3DS was released in 2010 and was the successor to the Nintendo DS. The 3DS has the ability to display stereoscopic 3D effects without the user needing 3D glasses. Aside from gaming, this handheld console had applications for an internet browser, Netflix and Hulu Plus. There is also a Nintendo eShop that works for updates and as a means to distribute games digitally. One of the reasons this portable gaming console was not as big a hit as it could have been, is due to the fact that smartphones were being widely adopted at the time of its launch and portable gaming meant a whole new thing.
Hardware and design
The console has two separate screens when it is opened up, each at 3.53 inches. The lower half has buttons on either side of the screen, which is also a touchscreen. There is a 3D depth slider next to the top screen that lets one adjust the amount of the 3D effect or switch it off completely. The index fingers rest on the shoulders of the device where there are also triggers for gaming.
For storage, there is 2GB of flash memory which can be extended via an SD card. This device can give one a gaming time of 6 to 10 hours of DS games.
Games for the Nintendo 3DS come on the Nintendo 3DS Game Card, these are not compatible with the older DS.
The most famous games on the 3DS include Animal Crossing, Super Mario, Pokemon, Mario Kart, The Legend of Zelda, Minecraft and Donkey Kong.
With the aid of a Circle Pad Pro add-on accessory one could also play titles such as Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D and Resident Evil: Revelations.
The Nintendo 3DS has two rear-facing cameras that let it take 3D images and videos. On the front side, it has a single camera, similar to a selfie camera that can take regular 2D shots. A later update also allowed it to make stop motion animations from the rear cameras.
The device allows users to play their music from the SD card, even when it is closed. There is a 3.5mm jack to attach one's headphones.
For a time this was one of the best handheld gaming consoles on the market.
The price of the Nintendo 3DS is in the mid ranges today.