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{{Hardware|image = Nintendo Switch Lite.jpg|caption1 = A yellow Nintendo Switch Lite|manufacturer = [[Nintendo]]|release = [[File:NA.png|25px]] '''NA''': September 20, [[2019]]<br>[[File:EU.png|25px]] '''PAL''': September 20, 2019<br>[[File:JP.png|25px]] '''JP''': September 20, 2019<br>[[File:AU.png|25px]] '''AU''': Setptember 20, 2019|generation = Ninth}}
 
The '''Nintendo Switch Lite''' is an upcoming system by [[Nintendo]]. It's a lighter and smaller version of the [[Nintendo Switch]] that does not have detachable joy-cons and can't be docked into a TV, thus making it more suitable for play on the go. It will be available in three different colors, being gray, yellow, and turquoise. It was announced in a trailer and announcement by [[Yoshiaki Koizumi]] on July 10th, [[2019]].
 
The '''Nintendo Switch Lite''' is an upcoming system by [[Nintendo]]. It's a lighter and smaller version of the [[Nintendo Switch]] that does not have detachable joy-cons and can't be docked into a TV, thus making it more suitable for play on the go. It will be available in three different colors, being gray, yellow, and turquoise. It was announced in a trailer and announcement by [[Yoshiaki Koizumi]] on July 10th, [[2019]].
   

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The Nintendo Switch Lite is an upcoming system by Nintendo. It's a lighter and smaller version of the Nintendo Switch that does not have detachable joy-cons and can't be docked into a TV, thus making it more suitable for play on the go. It will be available in three different colors, being gray, yellow, and turquoise. It was announced in a trailer and announcement by Yoshiaki Koizumi on July 10th, 2019.

Hardware Differences

Unlike the original Nintendo Switch, the Nintendo Switch Lite cannot connect to a TV. The Nintendo Switch Lite has a smaller screen, allowing it to be taken on the go easier. There are no detachable joy-cons; the joy-cons are a part of the main system. Additionally, instead of arrow buttons, there is a D-pad instead. The IR Motion Camera and HD rumble features from the Nintendo Switch have also been removed. Due to this, games which require motion controls (such as 1-2-Switch) require an extra set of joy-cons to work.

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