Nintendo on Wednesday unveil Nintendo Lite switch, a smaller and cheaper version of its popular console reinvented exclusively for use in the hand. While the Nintendo standard switches published in March 2017, both on a TV screen or on the go, the new Lite switch is to be played exclusively for cell reproduction. “For us, it expands our offerings, a new addition to the switch adds the Nintendo family, and is an opportunity to bring more players into the experience of Nintendo,” Nintendo of America President Doug Bowser told TIME they get a first look at the ‘ Light switch. The Nintendo Lite switch, which is available for $199.99 on September 20 are available integrated, non-removable controller and a thinner form factor, which is more convenient for handheld gaming. It has a 5.5-inch display, which is similar to the remote switch the screen 6.2 inches, and a more traditional d-pad on the left side. The Switch Lite can switch each game is running, their Nintendo games (like Super Mario Odyssey) for the large independent bookstore (such as dead cells). However games built the regulator-Joy-Con switch (Switch as 1-2), to join the user must external controller, even if there is no support for a comfortable table game. It loads with USB C, but is not on a TV with the switch-dock. The Lite switch will be available in three colors: yellow, turquoise and gray, along with a Pokémon version, shown below. The battery life should be slightly better than the main line switch, which is what takes the matches between 2.5 to 6 hours, depending on the user. Nintendo is also a case $19.99 the portion which is the keep aid SwitchLite damaged while being shoved in his pockets. Nintendo wants SwitchLite players who are familiar with his switch as a handheld device primarily interested, and families who want to add a second switch to their gaming arsenal. It might also be reluctant to spend almost $300 on top model to be attractive to players switching-curious interested in the Nintendo console. “The two systems are to each other and co-exist in the supplement market really the consumer functionality options, color and price range to offer help to the system that best suits how to play and where they like,” says Bowser. of which do not “switch” – – with two types of switching devices Nintendo developers and consumers risk of confusion. For the former Nintendo brings choose a site designed to help buyers through the options, but their choice is really coming, even if do not want to connect their switches to a TV, while the gambling house. When it comes to the latter, he says he expects the game Bowser creator to focus on leading console switch, possibly to expand with SwitchLite their potential audience. “Our very flagship device developers will focus on Nintendo switch, and the build-up games, the ability to use the machine,” says Bowser. “With the vast majority of games already available compatible with both devices, which should not be so much of a problem. But we really want [developers] ensure that focus, that there is a great gaming experience on both platforms . And it is based on the type of game you want to build – if you want to build a game that applications much motion control, for example, is Nintendo’s flagship switching device to be the right one. But you could still potentially with Joy-Cons, is played on Nintendo SwitchLite. “the Switch Lite, the first completely new version of the Nintendo switch since its launch comes at a crucial time for gaming based in Kyoto -companies. His two main rivals in the world of game consoles, Sony and Microsoft have shown both recently added new details about their upcoming next-generation consoles, while tech companies like Google do high-tech so fascinating place of gambling activities respond to pressure of Nintendo. And while the Nintendo pass last year, the best-selling console in the US was the most recent sales figures have in below expectations of Wall Street analysts (even though they were in line with management). Lite If the switch is well received by fans and shareholders, there could be Nintendo fresh legs in a difficult market. This might be the case. According to my 30 minutes or so with the SwitchLite, I was impressed. I’m a fan of long-time handheld gaming – expressed my childhood best described as a series of Game Boy (Game Boy?) – and I almost always use my switch to manual mode, even when they are at home, the release TV for my wife, who tried Try as I might, has near-zero interest in Super Smash Bros. SwitchLite lighter and easier to hold is thick like his brothers and heavier hybrid when the screen is slightly smaller and is not been updated, it is always still a wild 720p display perfectly well, and games like breath look beautiful as always. When I was in the market for a switch at the end of this year, I can say that this is the model I would have chosen. Yet our full review of the Nintendo Lite expected after the change of the year.