Destructoid - We poked at and fumbled around with Nintendo's shiny new 3DS XL at their showcase here at San Diego Comic-Con this morning and got to see how it features more locking and snapping than any other portable before it.
The screen of the XL has three very distinct stop points when opened. There's a mostly straight up 'L' shape, an optimal tilted back position, and a full-open position. These positions have a very defined snap, which has the screen stopping tightly in its preset places -- no wobble. I wonder why there's one more snap position now, though.