Just when we thought that the likes of Sony would restrict console gaming to those with deep pockets, Nintendo has come to the rescue with the announcement of the wallet-friendly Switch Lite.

The Nintendo Switch Lite is a $199 handheld gaming device that will hit the market on Sept. 20. It is a full $100 cheaper than the base version of the original Nintendo Switch that went on sale in March 2017, which has moved more than 34 million units during its lifetime.

With its latest move, Nintendo wisely targets a segment of gamers that hardware-obsessed Sony could miss out on.

Nintendo Makes a Savvy Move with a Cheaper Switch

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