The Nintendo 3DS web browser is set to be released on June 7th at the same time as the eShop, allowing 3DS users to 'surf' the web, or whatever the kids are calling it these days.
However, if specifications for the browser found on the official Nintendo site are anything to go by, it appears that the browser will be missing a couple of essentials.
As spotted by Nintendo 3DS Blog, the official specs note that neither Adobe Flash or HTML5 will be supported by the browser. This means that you won't be able to access a lot of online content, including browser games or even YouTube.
Of course, this is in line with the browser offered on the DS and the Wii, but we'd really hoped that Nintendo were going to offer a little bit more this time around.