One very neat addition however is the D-Pad, which will come on every Nintendo Switch Lite.
The Nintendo Switch Lite was showcased in a number of colours including yellow, turquoise and grey.More news: George R.R. Martin shares new details about Game of Thrones prequel
Between various Nintendo Switch bundles and deals, and of course the impending Amazon Prime Day, you can actually get a Switch quite a bit cheaper than that launch price now, but we'd also expect the Switch Lite to come with bundles to cut its price down too. There's also a Pokémon Sword and Shield edition called the Zacian and Zamazenta Edition for the same price but it will launch later on 8 November.
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The Nintendo Switch Lite will start selling on 20 September along with the release of Link's Awakening.More news: Solskjaer confident De Gea will sign new Man United contract
The Lite also does away with the larger Switch's infrared sensor. The screen is 5.5 inches in diagonal and the batter life will last 3-7 hours. There's no IR Motion Camera either, so keep that in mind when looking at games and their features.
Nintendo today quietly unveiled a new version of its Switch console, which has proven to be a record-breaking success for the Japanese gaming giant. You can however connect other Joy-Cons to the console for multiplayer, but you're all going to be crowded round that small screen.
More compact and lighter The Nintendo Switch Lite is considerably smaller and lighter than its predecessor. You can see all of the differences on Nintendo's new landing page. For example, titles that need to be played in tabletop mode will require an extra pair of Joy-Con controllers to be wireless connected to the Nintendo Switch Lite. Nintendo says that it will clearly mark games in retail packaging and online.More news: NBA Passes Use of "In-Game Challenge Flags" For 2019-2020 Season