Believe it or not, the Nintendo 3DS costs just $100 in parts to build — not including labor, marketing, and R&D — according to iSuppli. Of that $100, the display accounts for $38.80, processor $10, and an $8.36 memory subsystem. Product page. In related news, continue reading for a video review of Super Street Fighter 4 3D Edition.

Other parts of the rig include the user interface with a gyroscope costing $6.81, $5.00 for a WLAN system, $4.70 for the cameras, and about $3.50 for the battery system.

[via Technabob]


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