- Oct 27, 2017
Lite because of Mariko and smaller size/screen. I would never use it on a tv.
In that case they’d just sell the OG Switch at a lower price without the dock.Yes?
You are losing hd rumble, smaller screen, no joycons, no kickstand, no dock.
Allow the OPTION of buying a new dock or SOMETHING that will allow me in the future to connect to a tv. Even if its 70 or 80 bucks. Don't lock me out forever. A lite only dock or something that if one day I want to connect to a tv, I can spend the money and do it.
They could've still saved money by taking the tech out of the joycons like they did. But they're probably making bank on docks and joycons at those prices so removing them must not have even been close to the hundred dollar drop.
Because if it did it'd be very close to making the original version pointless.
I'm really liking the idea of my partner and I having the main Switch that we have now that we share, and maybe down the line picking up a Switch Lite for various multiplayer kind of things and whatnot. We both kind of prefer handheld mode, and it'd be nice to have our own screens sometimes, but my greatest hope is that somewhere down the line, a merciful Nintendo will create a Wii U like functionality for the whales with two Switches.
Regret is exactly why I haven’t bought a Switch even though I’v been interested in it since it launched. If I get any of the hardware problems, that’s an instant regret for me.I am so relieved we finally know what the revision entails. I'm now confident that I can purchase the Switch that's available in stores now and not regret it a few months down the line. The no TV/out absolutely killed the Lite for me. So what are others thinking?
If Switch "home station" ever happens, I expect it to be not earlier than 2-3 years from today. $100 off is as much as Nintendo are willing to "devalue" the Switch these days. The way it's selling and will continue to sell in the coming two years, I don't see them coming out with anything that is less than $200 MSRP during that period.