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DSi, 2008/2009. Nintendo redesigned the DS again just a couple of years later. The DSi introduced inward and outward facing cameras, external storage solutions and a new online store that let you download games.
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DSi XL, 2009/2010. A year after the DSi Nintendo released a much bigger model called the XL. The XL models would become a standard part of subsequent Nintendo handheld lines.
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Nintendo 3DS, 2011. The 3DS maintains a similar look to the DSi, but it's a more powerful machine. Its upper screen uses autostereoscopic technology to create a three-dimensional effect similar to what you see in the movies. The 3DS also introduced StreetPass and SpotPass online data sharing features, and a much deeper suite of online tools.
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3DS XL, 2012. And with every new Nintendo handheld comes an extra large model. The XL has the same hardware in a larger unit.
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Nintendo 2DS, 2013. The 2DS plays 3DS games but without the 3D screen. It also doesn't have the collapsible clamshell design that every other DS variation has had.
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New Nintendo 3DS, 2014/2015. The New 3DS is out in America today, but it's been available in Japan since late last year. It's a slightly more powerful machine that plays every 3DS game but will also eventually have exclusive games that can't be played anywhere else. The 3D effect is greatly enhanced, looking both deeper and less blurry.
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New Nintendo 3DS XL, 2015. The XL version of the New 3DS is the only one being released in the US at the moment.