Published: Fri, July 12, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Nintendo's Switch Lite doesn't have to switch to be a success

Nintendo's Switch Lite doesn't have to switch to be a success

As long as games support handheld mode, they will work on the Switch Lite - almost 100% of games work in handheld mode.

In 2017, Nintendo introduced the "Switch", which sold over 10 million units in less than a year. Nintendo isn't selling it to existing Switch owners to replace their current consoles, and anyone already making use of those modular features isn't really the market for the Switch Lite anyway.

The Nintendo Switch offers a 6.2 inch LCD display, with a maximum resolution of 720p.

That's not the only compromise you'll have to make as the Joy-Con controllers aren't detachable.

Nintendo has unveiled a new Nintendo Switch called the Nintendo Switch Lite.

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If you've been wanting to get your hands on the Nintendo Switch, but find the system a little out of your price range, you'll be excited to hear that Nintendo has just announced the Switch Lite, a more affordable version of the popular console, coming this fall!

At launch, you'll be able to pick up the system in yellow, gray, or turquoise.

Since firmware 5.0 there has been support for three hardware lines, one with the original Tegra 210 and two for the new Tegra 214 (Mariko)

Those two hardware lines are Switch Lite and Switch "New".
As Miyamoto views it, "The biggest attraction of Nintendo Switch is that the console can be carried around and used easily for competitive gameplay via local wireless connection". Sure, you can still connect a Pro Controller or Joy-Cons to the Switch Lite, but that's just extra plastic to haul around. If you've only got the Lite, you'll need to invest in the charging stand. This means that you can not use it with your TV.

Keep in mind that if you are interested in playing such titles and you are getting separate joycons then you will also need to charging grip to charge them. It does not come with HD Rumble or the IR Motion Camera. Thankfully whichever you choose, you'll be able to play a huge library of excellent games. Rumors claimed that this combined with the information received by their sources, Nintendo is going to release a Switch mini or a Switch XL.

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