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Nintendo Unveils Cheaper, Handheld Version of Switch Console

Billboard.com Wednesday, 10 July 2019
Nintendo has introduced a new version of its Nintendo Switch console dedicated entirely to handheld gaming. Called the Nintendo Switch Lite, the new...
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Nintendo Announces Switch Lite The video game company has revealed a smaller, lighter and exclusively handheld version of the original console. The new release will cost $199, which is $100 less than the base unit. Major differences from the original include the inability to connect to a television...

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