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Comparing the Switch Lite vs the Original Switch
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Comparing the Switch Lite vs the Original Switch

With the debate raging on whether or not the Lite is better, we've compared side by side the specs for both devices. FeatureSwitch LiteSwitchPrice$199.99$299.99Release Date09.20.1903.03.17MediaCartridgeCartridgeGame DVRTBAYesRAMTBA 4GBCPUCustom Tegra Processor Custom Tegra ProcessorGPUCustom Nvidia Tegra ProcessorCustom Nvidia Tegra ProcessorStorage32GB Internal Memory + Micro SD Card Support [1]32GB Internal Memory + Micro SD Card supportRemovable Hard DriveNoNoCloud StorageWith Online ServiceWith Online ServiceAccount Access from Multiple ConsolesWith Online ServiceWith Online ServiceRequired Internet ConnectionNoNoBattery Life3 - 7 Hours Depending on Game2.5 - 6.5 Hours Depending on GameCharge TimeTBA~3 hoursVideo Output720pUp to 1080p via HDMI in TV Mode, Up to 720p ...
The Nintendo Switch Lite is kind of lame
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The Nintendo Switch Lite is kind of lame

A superfan of the Switch I am, I, was perplexed to learn that a Nintendo Switch Lite version is coming to the console family. As many of my social media followers know that I own the larger version, they, were quick to jump online and ask me what I thought of the newer system (which is supposed to come out later this year). This is the original Switch. First and foremost, I'd like to point out that I tend to like things much larger than normal (except for the iPhone) and the same goes for the Switch.  I like the larger  Switch because it is fairly easy to see on; the graphics are pretty good, and it is even though larger still very portable. I'm a person that is consistently on the go so portability and convenience is super important.  That is one of the...
Nintendo Switch Lite: Is it worth it?
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Nintendo Switch Lite: Is it worth it?

Now most of you know I am an avid gamer as it helps with my mental coping skills; overall health, and occupying my time. Over the holidays last year, I purchased a Nintendo Switch for myself and almost immediately fell in love with it. The newer version of the console (also cheaper) is expected to launch in September for $199 flat. It is pretty much the same as the first console except more affordable from what we understand. I explored some pretty obvious differences in ("Comparinng The Switches: Which is Better"). Obviously one thing I didn't like was the idea that the new Switch does not have the ability to be used as a console on your television. This is not a drill. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZOPC6J4fAA      
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