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Nintendo Switch Lite is a smaller, cheaper Switch built exclusively for handheld play

Nintendo just announced the Nintendo Switch Lite, which should make many of you happy if you’re looking for the Nintendo Switch experience on a budget, but there’s a catch. See, usually Lite versions of a product are just less powerful devices that provide the same experience or slightly watered down. This one does not. Think of the Switch Lite as more of a DS or GameBoy that can play Nintendo Switch games.
○ That means this is a handheld only device, so it won’t come with a hub in the box and you can’t just buy one and connect it to your TV. That won’t work.
○ Technically you can play all existing games, but Nintendo made so much emphasis on games having to mention that they support handheld mode, that it does make us think there might be games that won’t work with it in the future.
○ The Joy-cons are also built-in, so do not break them. I’ve already replaced a pair on my switch. Still they do bring improvements in better directional controls as an alterative to the joy sticks.
○ This means the controls don’t have vibration or motion support, but you can pair a standard set of joycons with it, obviously sold separately.
○ Really the only benefit over a standard Switch is improved battery life thanks to a better chip placement
Color options will be yellow, gray and turquoise, and expect a launch in September for $199.

 


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