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Vizard18

I have a question about the lower screen, It feels different then the upper screen, when I view my 3DS horizontally at the lower base, I notice that when I press the lower screen with my stylus It looks like the screen goes a little down and when you remove the stylus It goes normal, Its like the lower screen Is made of something plastic- glass-ish thing.

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Vizard18

Oh, I never knew that xD

Games
The legend of zelda OoT
Mario kart 7
Pokemon Y
Super smash bros. 4
Pokemon Omega Ruby
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon
Monster Hunter Generations

Nintendo Network ID: Ittoryu67

Vizard18

Oh, I see Thanks!

Games
The legend of zelda OoT
Mario kart 7
Pokemon Y
Super smash bros. 4
Pokemon Omega Ruby
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate
Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon
Monster Hunter Generations

Nintendo Network ID: Ittoryu67

willobee

It's a resistive touch screen, the screen bending ever slightly is how it functions. Capacitive touch screens like on Apple products work differently, and are made of glass. No flexing in them.

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Blathers

The benefits of such a touch screen is high precision. The downside is it can only detect one point of contact.

Stay safe, kids: Make sure to save frequently during multiplayer, and always use a stylus!

DualWielding

Off topic but I really would like a Trauma Center for 3DS, that's one of the few games which justify using a resistive touch screen over a capacitative one

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dumedum

I think it's the other way around. There are only a few games that would justifty a capacitive touch screen over a resistive one.

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