The Nintendo Switch Lite offers a more cost-effective way into high quality portable gaming. This device features tweaks in comfort with a new d-pad and a much more portable size compared to the original console. The system can also play several Nintendo exclusives such as Super Mario Odyssey, Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and Super Smash Bros Ultimate.
When compared to the original Nintendo Switch, Lite is a tad smaller, both in screen and unit dimensions. The portable console is also a quarter lighter and is capable of non-stop gaming for up to 3-7 hours. Key features like the TV connection and removable controller are removed from the unit. At this point, it is baffling why they still named it Switch. This portable console has a standard retail price of $200 US. That is a whopping $100 US less than the original Nintendo Switch gaming console. If you still can't decide between Lite and the original Switch, then perhaps watching this video will help you make that decision.
The Switch Lite is designed to focus on portable gaming. As a result, it sacrificed some key features which made some games unplayable. By removing the ability of the device to switch to TV mode, the new Nintendo Switch Lite became an exclusive portable console. However, its sleek and ergonomic design makes long hours of gaming a lot more comfortable, and fun - making Switch Lite the ideal portable gaming console on the market to date.