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I like it better than the regular Switch. Its not technologically better, but if you go to Best Buy or somewhere that has both playing the same demo game, hold and play them both, and I think you will know what I mean.
I have played both and I don't know what you mean.​ Do you mean sharper, brighter (smaller) screen? Do you mean battery life? Comfort in your hands? I have no idea what you're trying to say.

You say it's not technologically better, so I guess that rules out screen and battery, and probably CPU/graphics performance. So I guess you're saying it just "feels" better to hold and play. I think I could agree with that, just not sure how to read your answer.
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Nothing new. Handhelds have been about $200 since PSP. However, portable titles should be set at $39.99. 59.99 is ridiculous, but allegedly carts set developers back.

For this reason I don't see myself building much of a library longterm. For $60 one could build quite a stack of PC/PS4 titles.

The screen is visible at max... though daylight intensity will vary by position of the sun or cloud cover.

How do you destroy joycons...? Have yet to have any system fail on me. Even my Micro and PSP function.
I love the Switch. I've bought six total, with five being gifts to family members (who borrow games from my physical library). However the Joy-Cons have been inconsistent at best. I had to send four pairs in for repairs due to drifting Joy+Con sticks.
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I have played both and I don't know what you mean.​ Do you mean sharper, brighter (smaller) screen? Do you mean battery life? Comfort in your hands? I have no idea what you're trying to say.

You say it's not technologically better, so I guess that rules out screen and battery, and probably CPU/graphics performance. So I guess you're saying it just "feels" better to hold and play. I think I could agree with that, just not sure how to read your answer.
The main difference to me is what you would use it for. If you want a straight handheld, it feels more comfortable than the original Switch, which is a little heavier and clunkier. It also transports better and is more durable as a handheld only. Battery is lower (think Iphone or Galaxy batteries playing games), but if you are used to charging regularly, this should not be an issue. Lastly, less chance of repair since its all built together.

If you do like to game both ways, obviously the original Switch is the way to go. From what I have read, there are a lot of people that go with the dual mode and pay the extra, and then kind of settle into handheld mode. This is the big choice...handheld only with a lower battery life for $180, or one with a better battery that's not as easy to carry around but can go on tv or on the go for $120 more. Remember also that if you want to game on your TV with it, you will want the better controllers, which can go for about $100 for two good ones.

So, in short: Switch Lite...shorter battery, but cheaper overall and a nicer experience to play it in handheld...screen performance is the same. Regular Switch...better if you play both ways, has a better battery, but can break easier with more parts and will be about $400 after buying controllers and your first game. I hope this assists further.
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I have played both and I don't know what you mean.​ Do you mean sharper, brighter (smaller) screen? Do you mean battery life? Comfort in your hands? I have no idea what you're trying to say.

You say it's not technologically better, so I guess that rules out screen and battery, and probably CPU/graphics performance. So I guess you're saying it just "feels" better to hold and play. I think I could agree with that, just not sure how to read your answer.
In addition to my other reply, the Switch Pro is the wildcard. Nintendo as of 2/1 said "no" on one in 2020 to investors, so the lean is that you wont see one this year as they will probably look to make sure tech is cheap enough and will try to avoid the PS5 avalanche coming soon. This can change though. A week ago I would have said do not invest 300-400 now if a Pro comes soon, but that "appears" to not be the factor quite yet.
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