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Nintendo dips the 3DS again in two fresh colors

New Nintendo 3DS units will soon be available in two more new colors. These new Light Blue and Gloss Pink Nintendo 3DS consoles will be available by around the third quarter of March 2013.

Nintendo just unveiled one the latest makeovers that they have for the Nintendo 3DS. Starting March 20, 2013, customers may now order their Nintendo 3DS in two new different colors, Light Blue and Gloss Pink.

With these two new colors added, there are now a total of 8 different color schemes for the Nintendo 3DS (non-XL) portable console (Along with the previously new Flare Red and Aqua Blue colors that have already finished their manufacture/production period).

While the standard 3DS package usually included a 2GB SD card, these newly colored 3DS units will come with a 4GB SDHC card. This means you get to instantly enjoy increased storage (and increased 3D content) while you groove out to the neon bright colors of your "neo" 3DS unit.

Both the Light Blue and Gloss Pink Nintendo 3DS units will be available in Japan with a price tag of 15,000 yen (162 USD).

Source: 4Gamer (JP), ITMedia (JP)

Christian Crisostomo
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