The lights are on
A major Japanese printing company, recognizing the popularity of the 3DS, is bringing e-book software to the handheld gaming system.
Dai Nippon Printing is planning on focusing the software and its related books towards children, the main owners of 3DSs. The software will be free to download, and the books will be somewhat cheaper than their printed counterparts.
The software will be available in Japan this fall.
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DAT xl screen. Twice the size of your phone and 1/4 the res.
Dude, Can't wait til it comes to the U.S.
Oh, that's pretty neat.