Nintendo Switch Lite officially unveiled: $200 price tag, built-in Joy-Con
Wednesday, 10 July 2019 () After rumors have been circulating around for nearly a year now, we’re finally getting an official unveil of the new Nintendo Switch Lite. Starting at *$199*, which is $100 less than its larger sibling, the latest iteration of Nintendo’s handheld console offers a smaller footprint with a few key differences. Nintendo Switch lite arrives as a paired down version of the beloved Switch with a few changes that may irk some gamers. Most notably is the end of removable Joy-Con controllers in lieu of built-in gamepads, one feature that was a major selling point of the original and larger model. Designed with ultra-portability in-mind, there is a lot to consider with Nintendo’s latest handheld. More details below.
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