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The '''Nintendo 3DS XL''' ('''Nintendo 3DS LL''' in Japan) is a handheld system by [[Nintendo]]. It was first announced on June 21, 2012 via a Nintendo Direct broadcast. In a similar manner to the [[Nintendo DSi XL]], it features a larger screen as well as a greater overall size than the original [[Nintendo 3DS]] model.The Nintendo 3DS XL screens are 90% larger than the Nintendo 3DS model (top screen: 4.88 in (124 mm), bottom screen: 4.18 in (106 mm)), and the battery life of it is increased by 86%, while the weight of it is increased by 46%. However, instead of replacing the 3DS, the Nintendo 3DS XL will be sold alongside the 3DS. They're the biggest screens to ever be on a Nintendo handheld.
|image = [[File:Nintendo 3DS XL Black.png|200px]]
 
|manufacturer = [[Nintendo]], Foxconn
 
|generation = Eighth generation
 
|media = Nintendo 3DS, DS and DSi Game Cards
 
|preceded = [[Nintendo 3DS]]
 
(2011/2012)
 
|resolution = Top: 800 x 240<br>(400 per eye when in 3D)<br>
 
Bottom: 320 x 240
 
|online = [[Nintendo Network]]
 
|backward = [[Nintendo DS]], [[Nintendo DSi]]
 
|release = [[File:JP.png|25px|Japan]] '''JP:''' July 28, [[2012]]<br>[[File:EU.png|25px|Europe]] '''EU:''' July 28, [[2012]]<br>[[File:NA.png|25px|North America]] '''NA:''' August 19, [[2012]]<br>
 
|gpu = Digital Media Professionals<br> PICA200 GPU
 
|name = Nintendo 3DS XL
 
|processor = Nintendo ARM
 
|memory = 128 MB FCRAM
 
|price = [[File:JP.png|25px|Japan]] ¥18,900<br>[[File:EU.png|25px|Europe]] €179.99<br>[[File:NA.png|25px|North America]] $199.99<br>
 
|input = A, B, X, Y buttons, D-pad, touchscreen, Circle Pad, 3-axis accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope, volume slider, 3D depth slider, wireless communications switch
 
|caption = <br>The black Nintendo 3DS XL
 
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The '''Nintendo 3DS XL''' ('''Nintendo 3DS LL''' in Japan) is a handheld system by [[Nintendo]]. It was first announced on June 21, 2012 via a Nintendo Direct broadcast.<ref name="Announcement">[http://www.nintendo.co.jp/n10/nintendo_direct/index.html A Nintendo Direct broadcast revealing the Nintendo 3DS XL]</ref> In a similar manner to the [[Nintendo DSi XL]], it features a larger screen as well as a greater overall size than the original [[Nintendo 3DS]] model.The Nintendo 3DS XL screens are 90% larger than the Nintendo 3DS model (top screen: 4.88 in (124 mm), bottom screen: 4.18 in (106 mm)), and the battery life of it is increased by 86%, while the weight of it is increased by 46%. However, instead of replacing the 3DS, the Nintendo 3DS XL will be sold alongside the 3DS. They're the biggest screens to ever be on a Nintendo handheld.<ref name="Specs">[http://www.computerandvideogames.com/354888/nintendo-3ds-xl-full-technical-specs/ Nintendo 3DS technical specs]</ref>
 
   
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==

Revision as of 12:31, 3 November 2012

The Nintendo 3DS XL (Nintendo 3DS LL in Japan) is a handheld system by Nintendo. It was first announced on June 21, 2012 via a Nintendo Direct broadcast. In a similar manner to the Nintendo DSi XL, it features a larger screen as well as a greater overall size than the original Nintendo 3DS model.The Nintendo 3DS XL screens are 90% larger than the Nintendo 3DS model (top screen: 4.88 in (124 mm), bottom screen: 4.18 in (106 mm)), and the battery life of it is increased by 86%, while the weight of it is increased by 46%. However, instead of replacing the 3DS, the Nintendo 3DS XL will be sold alongside the 3DS. They're the biggest screens to ever be on a Nintendo handheld.

Trivia

  • The Nintendo 3DS XL was released on the same day as New Super Mario Bros. 2 for Nintendo 3DS in North America.
  • Nintendo 3DS XL was far more expensive then its predecessor. In order to reduce high prices, Nintendo did not include AC Adapter in European countries and Japan. However Nintendo included AC Adapter in North American countries and Australia.
  • The colors available at launch are Blue, Black, Silver, Red and White*.
    Note: *indicates Japan only.
  • A Pikachu themed 3DS XL, named Pikachu Yellow, was sold in Japan at Pokemon Centers. It was also released in Europe
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