The Omega X is a handheld released in 2013 and about $29.99. It has a 3D effect and unlike the Nintendo 3DS, no depth slider. The first version had buttons B, C, L and R. It would have been a VR system with no joystick, but it would be hard to work the joystick without a sensor. The second version had a card scanner, but no button changes. The third version had a joystick, but no other changes. In the final version, the joystick was moved to the left and the buttons were moved to the right. Button C got removed and got replaced with the A button. Also, X and Y buttons were added, and the L and R buttons were moved to the very top of the system. This is also the first system since the 2XXX Factor to be released outside of the U.S. The Omega X discontinued in 2016.