available for attendees to get up close and check out the newest hardware from Nintendo.IGN’s Brian Altano and Max Scoville were able to see the new Nintendo Switch Lite in person and were even able to compare the new model to the base Nintendo Switch.
We’ve gathered 14 new photos of each model of the Nintendo Switch Lite that you can see below, which will hopefully help with the wait until Nintendo is ready to release this new Switch on September 20, 2019.
The Nintendo Switch Lite was revealed last month and arrives over two years after the release of the original Nintendo Switch on March 3, 2017.
This new model features a smaller 5.5-inch touch screen, a true D-Pad, 3-7 hours of battery life, and no IR, HD Rumble, or ability to dock/connect to a TV. The Yellow, Gray, and Turqouise models will all be available for $199.99 USD.
Not shown, unfortunately, was the Pokemon Sword and Shield Special Edition Nintendo Switch Lite that will be released a few days ahead of the newest Pokemon titles on November 8, 201, also for $199.99 USD.
For more on the Nintendo Switch Lite, be sure to check out nine of the biggest questions about the newest system answered by Nintendo, how its size compares to other handhelds, and 11 other Nintendo Switch Lite color options we would love to see.
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Adam Bankhurst is a news writer for IGN who still thinks that Pokemon Sword and Shield Nintendo Switch looks awesome. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst.