- Users will be able to use 3DS, DSi, and DSi LL adaptors with the 3DS LL
The screen is 90 percent bigger, with larger bottom and top screens. It's called the Nintendo 3DS LL in Japan and the Nintendo 3DS XL in the West. The top screen measures at 4.88 inches and is 90 percent bigger, while the bottom screen is 4.18 inches and is also 90 percent bigger. For the 3DS LL, the battery will last 3.5 to 6.5 hours while playing 3DS games (as compared to 3 to 5 hours with the 3DS). The battery will last 6 to 10 hours for DS games (as compared to 5 to 8 hours for the 3DS). To cut costs, Nintendo is selling the AC adapter as a stand alone in Japan, but the 3DS LL will work with current 3DS/DSi/DSi LL plugs. Nintendo is packaging the 3DS LL with a 4GB SD card.
|Original Name||ニンテンドー3DS LL (ピンク×ホワイト)|
|Official Release Date||Oct 11, 2012|
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did not include ac adapter which I was disappointed about. you could buy a PS vita for same price and get an ac adapter included!
Enjoy games in bigger screen without compromising the quality of the graphics!
I basically like blue color, so this probably my best choice. Now I can finally play big screen as well as some JP game i wanted to play.
Ive tried many other handhelds before this and the 3ds LL just has so much going for it, the larger screen, 3d effect which actually adds to the gameplay and an ever increasing library of great games plus the 3DS store, you cant go wrong with this one.
Enjoy meeting new people with Surechigai and playing the newest 3DS games on a wonderful large screen!
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