The 3DS XL isn't only bigger, it should have the nicest screens of any Nintendo handheld.
That's because its new anti-glare treatment makes it the least reflective handheld Nintendo has ever released.
"On a LCD screen there are basically three reflective layers, which all of them reflects and cause glare. So this time, we specially treated all the layers. Reflectivity on the Nintendo 3DS was about 12%, but we decreased that to about 3%," explained Takeshi Murakami in Iwata Asks.
Nintendo considered adopting the technology as far back as the Game Boy Advance in 2001, but it hasn't been cheap enough until now.
"The time finally came! When it comes to anti-reflection, this device beats all previous Nintendo game systems," added Murakami .
By Ben Salter - Bio