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Delete or merge, please.

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merge with what? Give a link please


@mayer this one:

The old one could be deleted as there is only one unanswered question.


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I'm going to take an educated guess you're referring to the 2DS XL. If this is the case, a merge isn't appropriate. When Nintendo releases a New version of an old console, it means there were hardware revisions.

These revisions warrant a new device page, and shouldn't be merged.

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These are the same device. Ignore the "new" part.


@pccheese you fact check that?


I see a "new" reference in the other device page, but I don't know how relevant it actually is. It's possible @pccheese is right, but this needs to be fact checked.


Look at the release date. The older device page says "new" because the last time Nintendo released a new 3DS it was called the "new" 3DS. So whoever created the old one must have been confused about the naming. I'm 120% positive these are the same devices.


That's not what I asked, @pccheese. Oh, lawd. I sound like an uncle. Can you prove to yourself that it's the same? The circuit board and features won't be different? I have no idea. I want you to show me


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