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Nintendo Switch – OLED Model w/ White Joy-Con

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  • 7-inch OLED screen - Enjoy vivid colors and crisp contrast with a screen that makes colors pop
  • Wired LAN port - Use the dock’s LAN port when playing in TV mode for a wired internet connection
  • 64 GB internal storage - Save games to your system with 64 GB of internal storage
  • Enhanced audio – Enjoy enhanced sound from the system’s onboard speakers when playing in Handheld and Tabletop modes.
  • Wide adjustable stand – Freely angle the system’s wide, adjustable stand for comfortable viewing in Tabletop mode. Nintendo Switch – OLED Model supports all Joy-Con controllers and Nintendo Switch software

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Brand

Nintendo

Color

White

Model number

HEGSKAAAA

Product Dimensions

2.9 x 6.5 x 7.9 inches

Weight

3 pounds

Number of USB Ports

3

Storage Type

Flash

Batteries

3 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Games Included

No

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9.7Expert Score
Nintendo Switch – OLED Model w/ White Joy-Con: Expert Review
Play at home on the TV or on-the-go with a vibrant 7-inch OLED screen with the Nintendo Switch™ system (OLED model).
Performance
9.8
Storage Capacity
9.6
Controller
9.7
General Appreciation
9.8
PROS
  • Bigger 7-inch OLED display
  • Improved adjustable kickstand
  • Storage doubles to 64GB
  • Dock adds an Ethernet port
CONS
  • More expensive
  • Same Joy-Cons as before (but that's also good)
  • TV and handheld resolution still underwhelm

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Play at home on the TV or on-the-go with a vibrant 7-inch OLED screen with the Nintendo Switch – OLED Model system. In addition to a new screen with vivid colors and sharp contrast, the Nintendo Switch – OLED Model includes a wide adjustable stand for more comfortable viewing angles, a dock with a wired LAN port for TV mode (LAN cable sold separately), 64GB of internal storage, and enhanced audio in Handheld and Tabletop modes using the system’s speakers.

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  1. BMO

    Worth it if you’re a handheld player. This moderate upgrade of the Nintendo Switch is definitely worth spending an extra $50 to get if you are already in the market for a new Switch. The most important question though, is if it’s worth it for the people who already own a Switch. This depends a lot on personal preference as well as how old your current switch is (and if you own the original HAC001 from 2017-2019 or the V2 that released in late summer of 2019). I mostly play in handheld mode because that is what this console excels at, for playing on a TV/Monitor, there are plenty of better options.So what do you get with this OLED model? You get a larger screen that is OLED instead of IPS LCD. This is the type of screen that most iPhones have used since 2017 (and all of them use it now except for the SE2). You get a better contrast ratio, meaning deeper blacks and brighter colors/whites. There is no HDR support like Dolby Vision or HDR10, but it still looks leagues better than all the other Switch models. The smaller borders around the screen make the device look more modern and it’s the size they should have gone with from the beginning (even if the logistics of using OLED wasn’t feasible in 2017). There is also improved speakers, they do sound better and make the games your playing sound larger and more immersive. It’s not as big of a difference as the new screen is to the old screen, but it’s still a good thing to include.Another new features is a better kickstand that is more like that of a Surface Pro tablet, allowing the Switch to be able to lean all the way back and be much more sturdy while doing so. This isn’t really important unless you play in tabletop mode, but this is more realistic of a way to use this console with the screen being just that much bigger, I could see myself using a Pro controller and sitting the switch down for certain types of games.The last difference here is the dock, which has a built in Ethernet port, which you should really use if you have the option to go wired. Unlike in the previous model “regular Switch”, a wired connection is basically twice as fast as using standard WiFI, before it was only about 1.5x as fast. It still is unfortunate that you cannot achieve 100Mbps download speeds, but 60-65 is better than the 40-45 I was getting on my older model.If I had to oversimplify who should buy the OLED model, I would say that these two types of people should buy the OLED (even if they already have a Switch Lite or V2) It would be: techie people who are nerdy about their tech and want the best they can get (even when they don’t need it), and serious gamers who sink hundreds and hundreds of hours into playing the Switch in handheld mode.Also, I don’t know that we need to specify this anymore because the switch OLED has largely been in stock since early January. But I did not and would not pay one penny more than $350 (plus tax) for this console. I think it’s worth that price if you love Nintendo characters/games, but I don’t think the hardware is worth more than $400 and the tax gets it pretty close to that.

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  2. Malcolm Martin Turner

    One of the Best Products Ever Made – Period. First, to be clear, I play exclusively in handheld mode. (No proper technophile allows a video game system to be connected to their 4k tv if it does not output 4k. LOL!) I am also a console (Xbox) gamer and have been playing video games since the mid 1980s.With that being said, this device is shockingly awesome. Why? You can basically play games with the graphically fidelity of almost (but not quite) the Xbox One/PS 4 in your hands. This blows me away. The fact that I can play NBA 2k, FIFA, Need for Speed, Grid, Mortal Kombat, Puzzle Quest and so many other games on the go is truly a joy to behold. As a result, much to my surprise, this has been the console I have ended up playing the most. It’s easy to see why – I can take it with me wherever I go. I travel for work and personal reasons. This is with me and I can continue playing my games on it. Don’t get me wrong, I still enjoy my Xbox experience and still play PC games as well. They are awesome. However, I notice I play this more because it can be on an airplane with me, in the bed, during lunch at work, when I travel, etc. Then, sometimes when I get home, I may want to continue my gaming. So it is racking up more hours than my Xbox and PC (which I certainly still enjoy).Then, the OLED screen is gorgeous. I had an original Switch. I absolutely love this screen, the brightness, sharpness and clarity. Some games look totally different. If you already have an original Switch, if you can, sell it (or give it away) and get this one. I absolutely love it. I even bought a 512GB micro SD card. I am in a form of gaming Nirvana. You will really enjoy this model.Finally, I do think that Nintendo is in a truly awesome position with the Switch. I am not sure if Nintendo even realizes how close they are to dominating the video game market for decades. Why? Think about it. As of January 2022 the Switch is the leading console with over 100 million units sold. It really, at this point, needs one thing to finish off the competition for decades. What is it they need? Just a little more power. If Nintendo creates a device that has the graphical and processing power of an Xbox One/PS4, can do 1080p in handheld mode, with a 7 inch OLED screen, (and 4k when docked) Nintendo will rule gaming for at least a decade. Why? 1080p on OLED, at the handheld distance from the eye, appears almost as detailed as 4k at a tv watching distance. With the processing power of the Xbox One/PS4, developers can bring tons of more of their best games (triple A titles) to the Switch. So, a Switch that powerful, with a large number of triple A games on it and with a screen that good in handheld mode, the Switch’s market share would crush the competition.At any rate, I digress. If you are considering this device. Get it! Period. The build is so awesome on this variant. You will love it.I have to go now. I have to play my OLED Switch – LOL!Also, the delivery from this seller was also good. It came ahead of time.

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  3. Justin

    It’s NINTENDO. I absolutely love the product. I had a spat when I got it. It didn’t have a charger for the dock. However talking to Amazon Support they corrected it for me and I was able to get a charger off the store. With the Switch Oled, you not only are able to have a bit more vibrant colors, but the system itself has great battery life. I had the original switch and this is leagues better. I literally had the switch in my bed for 4 days playing off and on and within those 4 days the battery went as low as 30% and the charging happens fairly quick, not to mention you can dock it and play it while it charges on a big screen tv.SO IF YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT A SWITCH IS OR HOW IT WORKS LET ME EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCES1. theres 3 versions- Switch (original one with a dock and can be played on a tv w/ a smaller screen than Oled)- Switch lite (the hand held version with no dock and can’t be played on a tv)- Switch Oled (newest one, vibrant colors on screen, Larger screen, and has a tv dock)2. Games- The switch is one of the better nintendo systems that have more 3rd party games on it, although the selections are smaller than the Playstation and Xbox, the switch gives you versatility to not only bring it with you on the go to play games, it gives you the action to play with multiple people by separating the joy cons (controllers) and with that you can use each one sideways as a controller allowing two people to play and with multiple joy cons you can have a session of multiple people.-It has both digital and cartridge games. the cartridge games are very small, and they also have a fast install time. The games are very fun to play and have lots of multiplayer options. No full VoIP on the system but they have an app for cellphones to use.- the store usually has great deals on titles as most of the cartridge games cost full price or barely have anything discounted at places like Target, Walmart or Gamestop.3. How they work (docked versions)- a docked Switch connects to the TV, it allows the device to charge and you can play games as it charges on the dock.- it has a tabletop mode where you can play games on the screen as a tv. In other words you can still use a controller but have the tablet part standing upwards as you use a full controller to play on it.- Handheld is where the Joy cons are attached to the tablet and you use it like a handheld or similar to a gameboy or something in that way.Personally it’s worth the money and Nintendo has usually very good systems that last a long time. Although they might not be the best graphically they have some fun family friendly first party games.

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  4. Dusty Dino

    As a kid I owned a Nintendo, an original Gameboy, and a Super Nintendo. I’ve been aware of the Nintendo consoles since then, but haven’t put any time or money into the platform since my Super Nintendo days. Instead Sony has been getting my time and money. Using the PS5 as my benchmark, initially I was very disappointed in the Switch. However, after purchasing the top Nintendo exclusive games and putting considerable time into it, I’ve come around and I’m definitely happy I purchased the Switch OLED. What I failed to understand when I purchased the Switch is that Nintendo is not competing directly against Sony and Microsoft. Nintendo has essentially become the “Disney” of gaming. In that I mean that Nintendo has their characters and storylines that we’ve all grown up with. Now we want our kids to share in that experience, which doesn’t really require an 8k capable GPU. Instead, being a clever company, Nintendo has targeted kids with a comparatively less expensive console, sporting handheld capability, tons of swag, and easy to configure parental controls. For adults that want to play after the kids have gone to sleep, the platform supports some more mature titles, and a regular controller experience.I really like the classic games like Zelda, Mario, & Metroid. The gameplay is improved and the stories are familiar. Nintendo’s Pro Controller is fantastic (it’s also a must for adults). I like being able to take the console on trips, and dock it at my TV at home. I also really appreciate the use of micro SD storage. Downloaded games seem to average around 5.5 GB in size, so adding a 256 GB micro SD to your built in 64 GB of storage should allow plenty of space for most people. I like the game sales in the eShop, as that’s the time to buy. And while I don’t recommend it, the ability to purchase cartridges is a bit nostalgic for me.I really dislike the terrible, dated hardware choices that Nintendo made. The OLED screen may be an improvement over the original Switch, but it’s still not great at only 720p resolution. The wired network adapter in the dock is slightly faster than the wireless adapter in the console, but both are terribly slow and it takes a long time to download games. The Nintendo network speeds are also laughably slow, and I wonder if they are trying to preserve the nostalgia of the load screen. Keep in mind that unless you want to get up to change your game, or potentially have your kid lose a game, you’ll want to download your games from the eShop. So you’re really forced to deal with the slow network experience everytime you want something new. It’s still worth the suffering up front for the long-term convenience of having it downloaded. Another confusing hardware choice is the Joy-Con controller. These things are overpriced trash. I can see where Nintendo was going, but they have some major shortcomings. To charge the Joy-Con’s they need to be connected to the console, or you have to purchase the charging grip (~$35). Nintendo included a grip, but not one with charging capabilities, which means you’ll have to switch to handheld mode to keep playing, or stop playing while they charge. Instead of buying a charging grip, I recommend the Pro Controller, which has a USB-C port on the front for charging while playing. It’s better than the Joy-Con in every way, and cheaper. Which brings me to my biggest complaint, the price. Just like Disney, Nintendo is fully aware of the grip they have on your kids, and thus they charge accordingly. There is no part of this console that makes it worth the price. You either want to play (or your kids to play) Zelda, Mario, Metroid, etc. or you don’t. If you do, then you will pay. Need an extra power adapter so you don’t have to disconnect it from the dock everytime…overpriced. Need replacement Joy-Con’s because the included ones started to drift…overpriced. Any game at regular price…overpriced. Why would I pay Nintendo more for a game that’s going to look and play better on my PS5 for less money?I think you get my point. The Switch is not for everyone. If you have kids, or you love the Nintendo original titles, there’s likely a Switch in your future. If you’re buying it for you (an adult), get the Pro Controller and don’t look back. If you have another “serious” console, don’t buy any non-exclusive titles for the Switch. They’re usually cheaper and better on literally any other console.

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  5. Dusty Dino

    As a kid I owned a Nintendo, an original Gameboy, and a Super Nintendo. I’ve been aware of the Nintendo consoles since then, but haven’t put any time or money into the platform since my Super Nintendo days. Instead Sony has been getting my time and money. Using the PS5 as my benchmark, initially I was very disappointed in the Switch. However, after purchasing the top Nintendo exclusive games and putting considerable time into it, I’ve come around and I’m definitely happy I purchased the Switch OLED. What I failed to understand when I purchased the Switch is that Nintendo is not competing directly against Sony and Microsoft. Nintendo has essentially become the “Disney” of gaming. In that I mean that Nintendo has their characters and storylines that we’ve all grown up with. Now we want our kids to share in that experience, which doesn’t really require an 8k capable GPU. Instead, being a clever company, Nintendo has targeted kids with a comparatively less expensive console, sporting handheld capability, tons of swag, and easy to configure parental controls. For adults that want to play after the kids have gone to sleep, the platform supports some more mature titles, and a regular controller experience.I really like the classic games like Zelda, Mario, & Metroid. The gameplay is improved and the stories are familiar. Nintendo’s Pro Controller is fantastic (it’s also a must for adults). I like being able to take the console on trips, and dock it at my TV at home. I also really appreciate the use of micro SD storage. Downloaded games seem to average around 5.5 GB in size, so adding a 256 GB micro SD to your built in 64 GB of storage should allow plenty of space for most people. I like the game sales in the eShop, as that’s the time to buy. And while I don’t recommend it, the ability to purchase cartridges is a bit nostalgic for me.I really dislike the terrible, dated hardware choices that Nintendo made. The OLED screen may be an improvement over the original Switch, but it’s still not great at only 720p resolution. The wired network adapter in the dock is slightly faster than the wireless adapter in the console, but both are terribly slow and it takes a long time to download games. The Nintendo network speeds are also laughably slow, and I wonder if they are trying to preserve the nostalgia of the load screen. Keep in mind that unless you want to get up to change your game, or potentially have your kid lose a game, you’ll want to download your games from the eShop. So you’re really forced to deal with the slow network experience everytime you want something new. It’s still worth the suffering up front for the long-term convenience of having it downloaded. Another confusing hardware choice is the Joy-Con controller. These things are overpriced trash. I can see where Nintendo was going, but they have some major shortcomings. To charge the Joy-Con’s they need to be connected to the console, or you have to purchase the charging grip (~$35). Nintendo included a grip, but not one with charging capabilities, which means you’ll have to switch to handheld mode to keep playing, or stop playing while they charge. Instead of buying a charging grip, I recommend the Pro Controller, which has a USB-C port on the front for charging while playing. It’s better than the Joy-Con in every way, and cheaper. Which brings me to my biggest complaint, the price. Just like Disney, Nintendo is fully aware of the grip they have on your kids, and thus they charge accordingly. There is no part of this console that makes it worth the price. You either want to play (or your kids to play) Zelda, Mario, Metroid, etc. or you don’t. If you do, then you will pay. Need an extra power adapter so you don’t have to disconnect it from the dock everytime…overpriced. Need replacement Joy-Con’s because the included ones started to drift…overpriced. Any game at regular price…overpriced. Why would I pay Nintendo more for a game that’s going to look and play better on my PS5 for less money?I think you get my point. The Switch is not for everyone. If you have kids, or you love the Nintendo original titles, there’s likely a Switch in your future. If you’re buying it for you (an adult), get the Pro Controller and don’t look back. If you have another “serious” console, don’t buy any non-exclusive titles for the Switch. They’re usually cheaper and better on literally any other console.

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  6. Wyrd2010

    I have never owned a Nintendo Switch before, but have played games on and off for some years on PC, Xbox, Apple TV 4K, and on mobile phones. The Switch OLED intrigued me and my brief impressions, after buying one and toying with it a bit, are the following:On the plus side: the screen is bright with deep and impressive colors; the screen size is ample – much larger than that of an average 6.1″ phone; the charging adapter is sturdy looking; the joy-con controls and the Nintendo OS are both intuitive and easy to use; the OS appears to be reasonably glitch-free – updates are very quick and setting up two separate user accounts and linking them to two separate Nintendo accounts was very easy. Installing a micro SD card was also very easy and the console automatically updated to enable SD card storage. It will download content by deafult to the larger storage drive, in this case – to the micro SD.On the minus side: the bright screen quickly drains the battery; auto-brightness makes certain games look dim; charging is rather slow; purchasing games from the e-shop is a bit cumbersome; Nintendo will send you TONS of emails for everything that you buy/change, etc.If this is your first time (like it was for me) using a Nintendo Switch console, the most important thing to know, I think, is that you will need to create a user account on the console for each person who uses the console. Those user accounts ARE NOT the same as Nintendo accounts. You will need to make Nintendo accounts separately, preferably BEFORE you turn on the console for the initial setup. You won’t be able to buy an individual or a family subscription for Nintendo Online until you start the console, set it up, link the user account you created on it initially to your (already created) Nintendo account, and then purchase said subscription through the console and not through another device.Other than that, the Switch OLED works well and has deep, vibrant colors. Time will tell how long the battery and everything else will last. The build quality is certainly good.

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  7. Sizzlingtree

    This was a Christmas 2022 gift for my husband who had been debating about adding yet another screen (apart from his phone and tablet) to his daily routine. However, what with COVID-19 and the general s&*#s(8w life has been, I figured why not. He was clearly delighted by the gift and has been playing on the Switch for about an hour a day.The screen is a tad bit bigger than the regular Switch (that my daughter has) and both he and my daughter regularly play their Pokémon games together, challenging each other while sitting next to each other on the sofa and laughing. We have also hooked up the Switch to the TV and it plays beautifully on the big screen as well. If you have a gamer in your life, this dedicated set-up will be a hit.

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  8. Cinnamon

    Disclaimer: In my pictures, you can see I received the Japanese version. I bought mine from a third-party seller, no matter the region. Any switch can play any physical or digital game, as they are not region-locked. If you end up getting one overseas, make sure your router’s Wi-Fi channel is under 149, or you’ll have trouble connecting to the Wi-Fi.Now to start… I myself wasn’t interested in upgrading, as I at first didn’t see the point since the improvements seemed minor. Oh boy, was I wrong! To start, the main upgrade is the screen, which is so much better than the original. It’s way brighter and makes every game you play look better in handheld mode. I couldn’t help but want to play on my switch more than my dock just because of how good it looks.This switch is also so beautiful. I love the design of the dock. The joycons and the switch itself as they are based on the game’s team colors that are picked each time. The switch also has engravings on the joystick and console so that you can actually feel the texture difference. The work that Nintendo has put into the console is incredible.Don’t even get me started on how they changed the power and volume buttons to make them easier to press. I also love the new fully adjustable kickstand and Ethernet port, which make it much easier to dock.Oh, and the sound coming from the switch sounds so much better now that they changed and added another speaker!If you’re interested in getting your first switch, I highly recommend this one! But if you’re upgrading, I know I said earlier that it’s not much of an upgrade; that’s still true, as they only made the storage bigger, added a bigger and brighter screen, added Ethernet, and improved kickstand support for old switch owners. It’s your choice if you really value the handheld experience or a better kickstand. But if you do, you will not be disappointed!

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  9. Matt

    “Santa” got this for my son this year and it ended up reignited the gamer in me. I absolutely love how versatile this system is. You can play handheld with controllers attached to the screen, with the controllers separate from the screen and attached to a handheld game controller adapter, or you can dock the screen and play on your TV. It makes it a great activity for my son on long car rides. The screen is bright and colorful. I definitely recommend getting a glass screen protector and carrying case for it, though. The screen is a bit heavy and wouldn’t be very hard for a kid to drop this, even while they’re playing it. The graphics aren’t quite as good on the screen as they are on the TV but that’s sort of expected. On the TV, the graphics are excellent depending on the game. Mariokart in particular looks awesome.ERGONOMICS: As versatile as the controllers make this system, the Switch controllers do not lend themselves very well to larger hands. I guess this system is geared more toward kids in that regard. The buttons and joysticks are small and not very ergonomic for adult sized hands. Using the controller adapter isn’t bad but using the individual controllers to allow multiplayer is cumbersome. The controllers are just too small. I was able to play only a couple races in Mariokart before my hands began to hurt from trying to hold the controller. I ended up buying an off-brand wireless controller for multiplayer situations, which I even find more comfortable than the adapter so I also recommend buying a second one if you plan on using the system. While playing with the controllers attached to the side of the screen is a bit more comfortable, the screen is a bit heavy as I said before, and holding it up for ten minutes of play got difficult even for me, so I imagine it would be even heaver for a kid to hold.Overall I really like the system for its versatility. With two ways to play on the go and a more stationary option for at home play, it doesn’t limit you to one style of playing. You can figure out which style is more comfortable for you depending on your situation.

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  10. Alpha

    Brand New OLED switch!!! Sharing experience, please read to decide if young kids love it or not. This is my first gaming console after a long time, before I played on old PS and Nintendo 2DS, but this OLED switch is day and night difference. I gifted this to my 9 years old daughter and a 5 years old son. They’re having party at home now!! Choosing a gaming console appropriate to audiences I got (my kids of course), was no brainer 1/Since this console can be played handheld so travel friendly with kids 2/Can be easily switched to TV for big screen experience 3/Multiplayer games are fun because you have two joycons 4/Light weight on the hands 5/Joycons are most suitable for your kids, however, both Joycons can be clubbed to use as full controller on Joycon Grip 6/Docking is breeze 7/Longer play time on switch screen 8/Kids can use switch as Table Top mode (use the inbuilt screen and put it on table and play when on travel, fun to have both kids sit side by side in a car 9/The Dock is light weight and HDMI, LAN and power adapter can be connected 10/You can charge with USB-C while on travel.. Now few things can be improved 1/Joycons can be confusing sometimes, the buttons on both Joycons play imp role so kids are confused which to press when on mutilplayer mode, so it can be simplify 2/Docking is so light weight that it is being dragged sometimes if you connect with TV on HDMi cable, so need extra few grams weight to stay put properly 3/Games are insanely pricy, I mean almost all Mario games are about 60 bucks a game!!! So buy the switch, and then buy those costly games!! No discount I saw so far on Mario games 4/I need to check the switch specs, but I am sure there is no 4K support even I connected to my Sony Bravia x90K 85″ 4K/120 Hz HDMi 2.1 input, used HDMi 4 input which is 4K/120 Hz compatible. 5/Sound on switch is alright, well, good that your kids won’t annoy you while they play on switch and not on TV 6/Internal memory is adequate, only 64GB, initially okay but can’t put more games if you gonna install more than 15 (3 gb per game), should be alright if kids want to experiment free games and just recycle them.Nothing major negative though, all good so far! Hopefully you will enjoy your brand new console! So far I love it since my 5 years Son can easily handle without much adult supervision!!! Go for it and yes, it brand new item!!!

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  11. jrtorres_09

    Recordar viejos tiempos. Voy a comenzar mencionando las cosas que me gustaron, para poner en contexto, soy usuario de Xbox y Playstation, pero quería jugar los títulos de Mario Bros y es por eso que decidí comprar está consola, su ventaja principal es la portabilidad y llevarla de viaje, los cartuchos se ven resistentes aunque hay que tener cuidado de no perderlos porque son pequeños, es muy pequeña y está versión oled la pantalla se ve de buena calidad, los juegos de nintendo (Mario Bros, Zelda etc están muy bien optimizados) fuera de estos juegos creo que a la consola le cuesta correr algunos otros, recomiendo la compres solo si quieres como yo revivir viejos tiempos con estos juegos, de ahí en fuera las cosas que no me gustan, los joycons son de mala calidad, los sticks se sienten muy débiles y creo que lo mejor va a ser comprar unos controles aparte para no usar estos, los juegos se me hacen caros a comparación de las otras consolas y se mantienen casi siempre en esos rangos, en general la recomiendo solo para los juegos ya mencionados, si tu intención es probar otros juegos mejor opta por Xbox o Playstation, en lo referente al envío fue rápido y llegó antes de lo planeado, llegó todo en orden y en perfectas condiciones, Amazon es garantía como siempre

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  12. jrtorres_09

    Love it. I think the screen itself improves the playing experience so much compared to the first switch model. The screen is what you would expect of an OLED screen nice bright deep colors with true black. Battery lasts 2-3 hours but i’ve only tested that with Animal Crossing New Horizons. I enjoy watching youtube on here as well. Dock modes work perfectly fine as well!

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  13. JD

    Nintendo cant lose with this one. While I’m still waiting on the Switch Pro that keeps rumors running, the Nintendo Switch OLED Model offers an unparalleled gaming experience with its stunning display and versatile modes. While storage and Joy-Con drift remain concerns, the overall upgrade justifies the price for avid gamers seeking top-notch performance.Pros:- Vibrant OLED Display: The visuals on the Nintendo Switch OLED Model are breathtaking, with rich colors and deep contrasts that enhance gaming immersion.- Versatile Gaming Modes: Seamless transition between handheld, tabletop, and TV modes provides flexibility for various gaming scenarios.- Enhanced Audio: The improved audio quality delivers a more immersive gaming experience, allowing you to fully enjoy the soundtrack and in-game effects.- 64GB Internal Storage: The expanded storage is a welcome addition, accommodating more game downloads without the need for immediate external storage.- Sturdy Kickstand: The wider and more stable kickstand makes tabletop gaming enjoyable, ensuring a secure setup during multiplayer sessions.Cons:- Limited Internal Storage: While the 64GB is an improvement, heavy gamers may still find it insufficient, necessitating additional investment in a microSD card.- Joy-Con Drift Concerns Persist: The OLED Model does not address the ongoing Joy-Con drift issues, a notable drawback for long-term users.- Price Point: The premium OLED model comes at a higher cost, potentially deterring budget-conscious consumers despite the enhanced features.

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  14. JD

    Nintendo cant lose with this one. While I’m still waiting on the Switch Pro that keeps rumors running, the Nintendo Switch OLED Model offers an unparalleled gaming experience with its stunning display and versatile modes. While storage and Joy-Con drift remain concerns, the overall upgrade justifies the price for avid gamers seeking top-notch performance.Pros:- Vibrant OLED Display: The visuals on the Nintendo Switch OLED Model are breathtaking, with rich colors and deep contrasts that enhance gaming immersion.- Versatile Gaming Modes: Seamless transition between handheld, tabletop, and TV modes provides flexibility for various gaming scenarios.- Enhanced Audio: The improved audio quality delivers a more immersive gaming experience, allowing you to fully enjoy the soundtrack and in-game effects.- 64GB Internal Storage: The expanded storage is a welcome addition, accommodating more game downloads without the need for immediate external storage.- Sturdy Kickstand: The wider and more stable kickstand makes tabletop gaming enjoyable, ensuring a secure setup during multiplayer sessions.Cons:- Limited Internal Storage: While the 64GB is an improvement, heavy gamers may still find it insufficient, necessitating additional investment in a microSD card.- Joy-Con Drift Concerns Persist: The OLED Model does not address the ongoing Joy-Con drift issues, a notable drawback for long-term users.- Price Point: The premium OLED model comes at a higher cost, potentially deterring budget-conscious consumers despite the enhanced features.

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  15. JD

    Nintendo cant lose with this one. While I’m still waiting on the Switch Pro that keeps rumors running, the Nintendo Switch OLED Model offers an unparalleled gaming experience with its stunning display and versatile modes. While storage and Joy-Con drift remain concerns, the overall upgrade justifies the price for avid gamers seeking top-notch performance.Pros:- Vibrant OLED Display: The visuals on the Nintendo Switch OLED Model are breathtaking, with rich colors and deep contrasts that enhance gaming immersion.- Versatile Gaming Modes: Seamless transition between handheld, tabletop, and TV modes provides flexibility for various gaming scenarios.- Enhanced Audio: The improved audio quality delivers a more immersive gaming experience, allowing you to fully enjoy the soundtrack and in-game effects.- 64GB Internal Storage: The expanded storage is a welcome addition, accommodating more game downloads without the need for immediate external storage.- Sturdy Kickstand: The wider and more stable kickstand makes tabletop gaming enjoyable, ensuring a secure setup during multiplayer sessions.Cons:- Limited Internal Storage: While the 64GB is an improvement, heavy gamers may still find it insufficient, necessitating additional investment in a microSD card.- Joy-Con Drift Concerns Persist: The OLED Model does not address the ongoing Joy-Con drift issues, a notable drawback for long-term users.- Price Point: The premium OLED model comes at a higher cost, potentially deterring budget-conscious consumers despite the enhanced features.

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  16. BMO

    Nintendo cant lose with this one. While I’m still waiting on the Switch Pro that keeps rumors running, the Nintendo Switch OLED Model offers an unparalleled gaming experience with its stunning display and versatile modes. While storage and Joy-Con drift remain concerns, the overall upgrade justifies the price for avid gamers seeking top-notch performance.Pros:- Vibrant OLED Display: The visuals on the Nintendo Switch OLED Model are breathtaking, with rich colors and deep contrasts that enhance gaming immersion.- Versatile Gaming Modes: Seamless transition between handheld, tabletop, and TV modes provides flexibility for various gaming scenarios.- Enhanced Audio: The improved audio quality delivers a more immersive gaming experience, allowing you to fully enjoy the soundtrack and in-game effects.- 64GB Internal Storage: The expanded storage is a welcome addition, accommodating more game downloads without the need for immediate external storage.- Sturdy Kickstand: The wider and more stable kickstand makes tabletop gaming enjoyable, ensuring a secure setup during multiplayer sessions.Cons:- Limited Internal Storage: While the 64GB is an improvement, heavy gamers may still find it insufficient, necessitating additional investment in a microSD card.- Joy-Con Drift Concerns Persist: The OLED Model does not address the ongoing Joy-Con drift issues, a notable drawback for long-term users.- Price Point: The premium OLED model comes at a higher cost, potentially deterring budget-conscious consumers despite the enhanced features.

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  17. Joshua

    Wonderful gaming system. I was a little skeptical about how much we would really like this device, however the Nintendo Switch has brought so much joy to our home and relationship! So many good games to pick from, wonderful graphics, and with the purchase of a good case it’s so easy to transport and play at other homes! We even took it on vacation with us to Germany and that proved excellent! Only downside is it does gradually lose its charge even when not in use – leave it unplugged for ar days and it will be dead when you try it again. But, it charges quickly and works perfectly when plugged in 😉

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  18. Joshua

    Wonderful gaming system. I was a little skeptical about how much we would really like this device, however the Nintendo Switch has brought so much joy to our home and relationship! So many good games to pick from, wonderful graphics, and with the purchase of a good case it’s so easy to transport and play at other homes! We even took it on vacation with us to Germany and that proved excellent! Only downside is it does gradually lose its charge even when not in use – leave it unplugged for ar days and it will be dead when you try it again. But, it charges quickly and works perfectly when plugged in 😉

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  19. Benjamin M

    Nintendo Switch – OLED Model w/ White Joy-Con. Play at home on the TV or on-the-go with a vibrant 7-inch OLED screen with the Nintendo Switch – OLED Model system.In addition to a new screen with vivid colors and sharp contrast, the Nintendo Switch – OLED Model includes a wide adjustable stand for more comfortable viewing angles, a dock with a wired LAN port for TV mode (LAN cable sold separately), 64GB of internal storage, and enhanced audio in Handheld and Tabletop modes using the system’s speakers.7-inch OLED screen – Enjoy vivid colors and crisp contrast with a screen that makes colors popWide adjustable stand – Freely angle the system’s wide, adjustable stand for comfortable viewing in Tabletop modeWired LAN port – Use the dock’s LAN port when playing in TV mode for a wired internet connection64 GB internal storage – Save games to your system with 64 GB of internal storageEnhanced audio – Enjoy enhanced sound from the system’s onboard speakers when playing in Handheld and Tabletop modesSupports all Joy-Con™ controllers and Nintendo Switch software.What’s in the boxGet everything you need to get started. Just pop in a game (sold separately) and go!Nintendo Switch Console – OLED ModelNintendo Switch Dock – OLED Model – WhiteJoy-Con (L) WhiteJoy-Con (R) WhiteJoy-Con Wrist StrapsJoy-Con GripHigh speed HDMI CableNintendo Switch AC Adapter

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  20. BestBuys

    Extremely fun product. The Nintendo Switch OLED is an absolute game-changer! The vibrant, crystal-clear display truly immerses you in your favorite games like never before. The sleek design and enhanced graphics make for an unparalleled gaming experience. Whether you’re playing in handheld mode or docking it to your TV, the OLED screen delivers stunning visuals every time. It’s the perfect upgrade for any avid gamer looking to take their gameplay to the next level. Nintendo has truly outdone themselves with this innovative and top-of-the-line console. Highly recommended for gamers of all levels!

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  21. JD

    It’s a thing of beauty. If you don’t already have a Nintendo Switch, I highly recommend getting one. It’s definitely worth the purchase. There’s so many different gaming options and the graphics are perfect. Easy to use and a lot of fun

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