Nintendo DSi XL console (Dark Brown) (very good used)
- Between console and charger
The dimensions of the DSi XL are 161 mm wide, 91.4 mm high and 21.2 mm deep (compared to 137 mm x 74.9 mm x 18.9 mm from the current one), with a weight of 314 grams (compared to 214.5 grams of the standard DSi) and incorporates a larger and more robust stylus, 129.3 mm., Also having a longer battery life, between 13-17 hours with the most brightness low.
Nintendo DSi XL includes all the functions of the original Nintendo DSi: two cameras, image and sound editor, recorder and sound player, the possibility to download video games directly to the console from the Nintendo DSi store and also includes the browser Nintendo DSi Web browser to surf the Internet through Wi-Fi wireless networks. Nintendo delayed its launch to be able to compete directly with the Sony PSP, which then dominated the market against the Game Boy Advance and the Nintendo DS. The game console is available in two colors, burgundy and bronze, and was released with a price slightly higher than the Nintendo DSi model.
The Nintendo DSi XL has a screen 93% larger than the Nintendo DS Lite. It has a glossy finish on the top and matt on the bottom, to improve grip on surfaces. Its brightness is more powerful than that of the DS, DS Lite and DSi versions. In addition, DSi XL has a larger and brighter stylus than the previous three, which makes it easier to control the game on the touch screen.
It includes all the features of the Nintendo DSi, as well as easy access to the Internet through a Wi-Fi connection.
It does not include the "SLOT 2" slot for GBA games or peripheral insertion.
256 MB in flash
Compatible with SD cards up to 2 GB and SDHC up to 32 GB.
AAC audio playback (only files with MP4, M4A and 3GP extensions). It does not support formats without AAC, including MP3 files.
Cameras: an internal one, next to the microphone, so that the user portrays himself and another external one at 640x480 each.
Available colors: white, black, blue, red, maroon and pink.
It is compatible with the original Nintendo DS games, both in LAN mode and Wi-Fi (except those that require the SLOT2 as an expansion port), as well as not being regionally blocked.
Wireless communication is based on the 802.11g protocol, using 802.11i for security (WPA and WPA2 with TKIP and AES). However, the original DS games will have to continue using the IEEE 802.11b protocol with WEP security, as they are programmed to use the original DS technology, although the DSiWare or DSi card games such as Pokémon Black 2 and White 2 They are trained to use DSi technology.