Nintendo has announced that Netflix streaming will be headed it its new hand held gaming console, the Nintendo 3DS in the US, and you will be able to stream movies over WiFi to your 3DS.
Nintendo will be releasing a software update at the end of May that will enable Netflix streaming on the 3DS, and they ahve also teamed up with AT&T and will be offering free WiFi to 3DS owners in the US.
This summer, Nintendo 3DS will incorporate Netflix functionality. Netflix members who have an unlimited plan starting at $7.99 a month can access a broadband wireless Internet connection and instantly stream movies and TV shows directly to their Nintendo 3DS systems, similar to how the service is used on the Wii console.
Anyone who purchases a Nintendo 3Ds will have access to over 10,000 WiFi hotspots on AT&T’s network in the US.
via Crunch Gear
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