Nintendo 3DS torn apart

Nintendo 3DS teardown

The Nintendo 3DS hasn’t even made its way to the stores yet, but it has already received a tear down, thanks to some folks who managed to get their hands on an early device and posted it up for the world to see. There’s nothing spectacular or impressive about the console’s innards, so I guess the magic happens when you actually turn it on. The Nintendo 3DS goes on sale in Japan this week, so we’ll be finding out how much of a hit this device will actually be. Head here to check out more photographs of the 3DS torn apart (unfortunately the original page is down, so you’ll have to view a Google cached version of the site).

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