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Nintendo Switch vs Switch Lite Price

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Nintendo just announced a new handheld console called the Switch Lite. As the name suggests, it’s smaller and more affordable but lacks some features found on the original Switch. If it’s your first time purchasing a Switch system see price below….

For the price, the Switch is at USD 299.99. In the Philippines, you can even spot some stores selling it for PHP 15K. The Switch Lite is priced at USD 199.99, which is USD 100 more affordable. It is yet to arrive in the Philippines but you can also expect a lower local price tag compared to the Switch.

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