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Nintendo 3DS XL

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Overview

What we think

The Nintendo 3DS XL was a great handheld in its day, but it's since been superseded by both the New Nintendo 3DS XL and the Nintendo Switch. That said, if you're looking for a budget handheld console and don't mind the slightly dated hardware, then 2012's 3DS XL is still a great choice.

Reasons to buy

  • + Better battery
  • + Bigger screens
  • + Comfortable 3D
  • + Improved layout

Reasons to avoid

  • - Lower pixel density
  • - Only one circle pad
  • - Less pretty
Full review athttps://techradar.com/reviews/gaming/handheld-consoles/nintendo-3ds-xl-1089176/review
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Description

The Nintendo 3DS XL system combines next-generation portable gaming with eye-popping 3D visuals without the need for special glasses. It features 90% larger top screen than the standard 3DS console and better battery life than the standard 3DS console. Features/Specifications: - 90% larger screens than the 3DS - Upper Screen: The 4.88 inch screen (106.2mm wide x 63.72mm high) has a pixel resolution of 800 x 240, which makes a 3D display of 400 x 240 pixels per eye possible. - Lower Screen: The 4.18 inch (84.96mm x 63.72mm) lower LCD Touch Screen is capable of displaying 16.7 million colours, and has a pixel resolution of 320 x 240. - Size: When closed, the Nintendo 3DS XL measures 156 mm x 93 mm, and has a height of 22mm. W- eight: Approx. 336g (including battery pack, stylus and SDHC Card). - Stylus: Comes with its own stylus, measuring 96mm in length. - Increased battery life (3.5 - 6.5 hours while playing 3D games)

Platform Nintendo