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Nintendo Switch Lite now official, starts at USD 199 only!

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After months of leaks, Nintendo has finally announced the more compact version of its popular Switch handheld console but with some missing features.
Nintendo Switch Lite now official, starts at USD 199 only!
Nintendo Switch Lite Pokemon Limited Edition

Nintendo Switch Lite is coming in September in the US!

The Switch Lite is a smaller and more streamlined version of the original Switch that is designed to be handheld and therefore can not connect to your TV. The Joy-Cons are permanently attached to the console which makes it feel sturdier and lighter with 22 grams shaved off from the original. The controller layout is the same but with a d-pad instead of directional buttons. 
Initially comes in 3 colors
Initially comes in 3 colors

In front is a 5.5-inch touch display that is smaller compared to the original's 6.2-inch display. At the back of the original was a Kickstand that is now gone in the new Lite.

Graphics and gaming performance is identical to its bigger brother, but Nintendo also said that because of the more efficient chip layout and the lack of additional batteries inside the Joy-Cons, the battery will last longer. No exact number was given though.

The Switch Lite still supports WiFi, Bluetooth, and NFC, and has built-in gyro controls. But it does not have HD rumble and IR sensor which could be a problem with games that require them. You will have to buy a pair of Joy-Cons to remedy this.

It will initially come in yellow, grey and turquoise with a special Pokemon Shield and Sword version will be available later.

Price and availability 

Back of the Pokemon version
Back of the Pokemon version

The new Nintendo Switch light will start at USD 199 (around PHP 10K) or100 dollars less than the original.

It will be available on September 20, 2019, while the special Pokemon version will be available on November 8, 2019, in the US.

There is no word yet on availability and pricing in the Philippines.

What do you guys think?

Source: The Verge
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