PC World writes: "Nintendo says it'll release a 3D version of its DS handheld gaming portable. We learned that much from Nintendo's official press teaser this morning. But according to Japanese newshound Adriansang, several mainstream Japanese sources are weighing in with claims of tantalizing supplemental specs."
"For starters, Nikkei believes Nintendo's new 3DS will include a stick (a thumbstick?) used to manipulate objects in 3D. Add vibration-feedback to the roster, designed "to communicate attacks and strikes to the player." Nikkei claims Nintendo nabbed patents for both technologies (presumably in a 3D context) last year."
"Expect the 3DS's integrated wireless to speed up as in the new model, probably to 802.11g. The current models have 802.11b WLAN chip (11Mbit/s), and while 802.11n can handle blazing speeds notwithstanding bottlenecks, 802.11g (54Mbit/s) would be plenty fast."
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