Hi Guys! welcome back with me, Rakha Nadhifa Harmana “the best reviewer in the world”. Today we gonna review the brand-new Nintendo Switch Lite 2019, Check it out !
Small and fierce
The Switch Lite comes with an all-in-one design. It’s almost an inch shorter in width, making it more compact than the original. Coming in at 9.7 ounces, it’s lighter but not so much that it feels flimsy. Instead, you get a more portable console, made to be snatched up and slipped into the side pocket of a backpack or bag when you’re on the go.
Despite being smaller than its predecessor, the Switch Lite feels incredibly comfortable to hold. The layout is slightly different as the shoulder buttons are raised higher and the trigger buttons a bit longer than on the regular Switch.
Nintendo says the Switch Lite will deliver about three to seven hours of playtime. The original Switch, by comparison, promised about 2.5 to 6.5 hours. Playing Link’s Awakening at 50% brightness on the Switch Lite offered up about four hours of playtime. On full brightness, it lasted me about three and a half hours.
If you like to pass the time during a commute or need to keep the kids (or yourself) busy for a few hours, I’d say that the Switch Lite will do a stand-up job. It didn’t last me through a six hour flight but it did offer up a nice distraction for a good portion of it. I do wish the Switch Lite offered the same extended battery life as the revised Nintendo Switch, but its small size and more affordable price may be why it doesn’t.
Is there a better alternative?
No, the Nintendo Switch Lite is currently the best handheld you can get. The closest competitors would be the Nintendo 3DS or PlayStation Vita, but the 3DS is seeing fewer game releases and the PS Vita is no longer supported by Sony. Both are dated compared to the Switch Lite.
How long will it last?
Nintendo systems have a 12-month warranty that covers defects but not physical damage. In terms of relevancy, the Switch Lite has the potential to last until the next generation of Nintendo consoles. While the Sony PS5 and Xbox Scarlett are due out next year, beloved first-party exclusives and an ever-growing game library make the Switch Lite a considerable option, especially for gamers looking for a dedicated handheld.
Should you buy it?
Yes, if you have a lot of money and want to play game everywhere, anywhere, anytime, buy it right now!