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8 reasons Nintendo Switch owners might not want to buy the Switch Lite

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The baby-sized Nintendo Switch Lite is pure plastic eye candy. The new handheld comes in three fun colors, plays nearly all existing Switch games (digital or cartridge), and has a wee bit longer battery life. 


And at $200, you can bet all your Mario merch Nintendo will sell a ton of them come Sept. 20. I want it (in turquoise no less), but the more I look into the handheld's features, the more the Switch Lite seems like it might disappoint existing Switch owners like myself.


To be clear: this isn't a review or a hands-on. I haven't put my mitts on the Switch Lite and can't say definitively if the features Nintendo's cut from the regular Switch are really dealbreakers. Read more...

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