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Nintendo's new, less expensive Switch is a brilliant move that is likely to sell millions of consoles this holiday — and the company's stock is already jumping on the news

Business Insider Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
Nintendo's new, less expensive Switch is a brilliant move that is likely to sell millions of consoles this holiday — and the company's stock is already jumping on the news· *Nintendo's got a new console coming this September, and it's called Nintendo Switch Lite.*
· *What makes it "Lite" are its price — just $200 compared to the standard $300 Switch — and its focus on portability. The Switch Lite is a handheld-only console.*
· *In releasing the Switch Lite, Nintendo is making two...
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