How will DSiWare be handled on the new system? You find out.
Nintendo has posted a specifications sheet for the Nintendo 3DS on their Japanese website, and it has a few interesting tidbits of information.
You'll be able to get out to a Home menu, and even browse the Internet, without leaving a game.
Nintendo DSi software can be moved to the device, but there is apparently a limit to the number of moves that can be performed, and some software cannot be moved.
Each camera (two outside, one inside) has a resolution of 640x480 (0.3 megapixels)
It features wireless online game play using WPA and WPA2 encryption, and it is IEEE802.11b/g compatible.
Battery life is approximately three to five hours when playing 3DS software, and five to eight hours when playing DS software.
The system's battery takes approximately 3.5 hours to charge.
We're slowly getting a better idea of the horsepower behind Nintendo's newest handheld. Look for more information to keep trickling out of Nintendo World over the next few days.