Nintendo has just unveiled a larger variant of its entry-level 2DS handheld gaming line.
The 2DS XL goes on sale in July for around half the price of the new Switch console.
The 2DS XL "expands upon the success of the 2DS", says Pocket-Lint.
It's a handheld system designed to play games from the 3DS "without the 3D screen younger kids are dissuaded from using".
Its main screen is a 4.88ins 2D display, while a "slightly smaller" touchscreen is located just below it, the website says.
It "packs the exact same power" as Nintendo's most expensive handheld console, the 3DS XL, and can play all existing 3DS titles in regular 2D.