stripped back console is the most refined way to game on the go

stripped back console is the most refined way to game on the go

It’s hard to argue they haven’t done that. Or at least come very close. In essence this is just a smaller, lighter and more svelte Switch. Its screen is 5.5 inches compared to the original’s 6.2, but is bright and pin-sharp, while the footprint is reduced by a curved body with the controls embedded rather than on detachable Joy-Cons. It’s a lovely looking thing and slightly easier to slip into a coat pocket as you hop between trains on a commute.
But its in the hands that it impresses the most. The body has a matte finish, noticeably improving grip, while that curve and reduced weight makes it more comfortable to hold for long periods of time than its older sibling. 
The control set, too, is more robust when embedded into the console than on the separate joy-cons. (it also stems my compulsive habit of snapping the joy-cons on and off the console, which is oddly satisfying but probably no good for the long-term health of the console)
The return of a proper d-pad on the left-hand side is also welcome.

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