Nintendo Switch Lite Yellow

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    • Nintendo Switch Lite Yellow
    € 351,97
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Key specs

Total storage capacity
32 GB
Includes 2nd controller
No
Integrated WiFi
Yes
(In-game) beeldresolutie
720p
Plays DVDs
No

Pros and cons

According to our console expert
  • Pros:
    The new Nintendo Switch Lite is lighter and more compact than the 'regular' Switch, making it easier to bring with you.
  • Pros:
    The Switch Lite's battery lasts about an hour longer compared to the 'regular' Nintendo Switch.
  • Pros:
    The four buttons of the left Joy-Con have been replaced with a directional pad for more precision.
  • Con:
    Contrary to its predecessor, you can't connect the Nintendo Switch Lite to your television.
  • Con:
    The Switch Lite's buttons are integrated. This means that due to the absence of regular Joy-Cons with a rumble feature and motion detection, a few games will require an extra wireless controller.
  • Con:
    The Switch Lite has a 5.5-inch screen, which is slightly smaller than the 6.2-inch screen of the original Switch.
Product Expert consoles

The new Nintendo Switch Lite Yellow is the successor to the original. You can no longer connect it to the TV, and this model is also more compact than its predecessor, making the Nintendo handheld even easier to bring with you. The controllers on either side of the device have now been integrated into the casing, meaning you can no longer detach them. Virtually every Nintendo Switch game is also playable on this Lite version, so you can just keep having fun with games like Super Mario Odyssey and the upcoming Luigi's Mansion 3.

Note: contrary to the 'regular' Switch, you can't connect the Nintendo Switch Lite to a TV. You can no longer detach the controllers either, which means games like 1-2-Switch will require an extra set of wireless Joy-Cons.