Save $17 on the Turquoise Nintendo Switch Lite

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If you’re feeling the blues right now with too much time stuck at home, you could probably use a little pick-me-up. Why not treat yourself and get a Nintendo Switch Lite in turquoise? This beautiful color will lift your spirits, and you’ll have hours of fun playing games, helping you forget about the world’s problems.

This handheld gaming system will eliminate your boredom now and will travel with you and fit into your bag later. This compact, lightweight device with a 5.5″ touchscreen allows you to play all your favorite games at home, while traveling, or while you’re on the go.

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The controllers are built right into the device allowing for easier handheld play, with the left side having a +Control Pad. You can even take and save screenshots with the Capture button, then add text, and share them to your favorite social networks. You can play any of the Nintendo Switch games that work in handheld mode on this device, but be forewarned that the Joy-Con controllers are not included.

Link your Nintendo Switch Lite to other Switch Lite systems to play multiplayer games when you’re together with friends and family. With a Nintendo Switch Online membership, you can team up with others online or face off with them in a battle.

The Switch Lite battery will last approximately three to seven hours, depending on the games you’re playing.

Get this turquoise device for just $322.89 or pay full price for other colors.

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Laura Tucker
Laura Tucker

Laura has spent nearly 20 years writing news, reviews, and op-eds, with more than 10 of those years as an editor as well. She has exclusively used Apple products for the past three decades. In addition to writing and editing at MTE, she also runs the site's sponsored review program.

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