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Smartphones may be functional and offer a wide array of games and apps, but they have yet to eclipse the performance of dedicated devices. The Nintendo 3DS only widens the gap between handheld gaming systems and smartphones.
Nintendo's latest mobile gadget continues the manufacturer's popular series that has included groundbreaking devices like the GameBoy and GameBoy Color. Unlike previous models, the 3DS features two screens and a flip cover to protect both displays from damage. Most games use the smaller screen as a map, leaving the main action to take place on the larger one.
Both displays include 3D graphics that you can customize. The handheld includes a switch that allows you to increase and decrease the graphic quality on both screens. At its highest level, the 3DS can compete with most in-home 3D televisions in terms of clarity and performance.
As a result of the strong graphics, many of the games available for the 3DS are comparable to those found on consoles like the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3. Many titles are available for the device so gamers can play their favorite games on-the-go. Additionally, there are exclusives like "Rayman Origins" and the video game adaption of the popular cartoon "Adventure Time" that are only available for the 3DS.
Accessories can make gaming even more enjoyable on the handheld. For instance, there's a case modeled after a steering wheel so you can pretend you're really driving when playing racing games. Other cases might not be as suited to gaming, but they can protect your 3DS while making it very stylish.
Metallic cases can protect your handheld from accidental drops, while silicone sleeves are equally durable and don't add unnecessary bulk to your 3DS. Both covers are available in a wide array of colors and styles so you can find one that suits your tastes.