Nintendo has added another color to its lineup of Nintendo Switch Lite variations. On April 3 you can get the handheld-only system in coral–though it’s bound to be shorthanded to simply “pink.”
Nintendo announced the new color in a tweet, showing the coral system next to the existing default colors–turquoise, gray, and yellow. It will cost $200 just like the other colors. That date puts it just after the March 20 release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, which is getting its own snazzy Switch system.
The Switch Lite was introduced as a handheld-only version of the hybrid Switch console, trading its TV connectivity for a smaller and lighter form factor, better battery life, and a lower price. We’ve seen small sales on Switch Lite systems but it generally sticks pretty closely to the $200 MSRP.
Meanwhile, some President’s Day sales are ongoing, offering a slight discount on the special Pokemon Zacian & Zamazenta edition of Switch Lite. That version is a light gray with a special blue/pink color scheme for the buttons and artwork of the two Pokemon Sword and Shield legendaries on the back.
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