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The Nintendo Switch Lite is the cheaper handheld version of the hybrid console Nintendo Switch, which was released in 2017, but has also been slimmed down in terms of functions. The Lite is a bit smaller, has less weight and has a slightly longer battery life. Details from the release in July 2019 I have summarized here. To save games, scores, screenshots and so on, the Lite, like the large version, also has the option of using a memory card. So the question is justified: Which SD card does the Nintendo Switch Lite have? In the following I have compiled an overview of suitable microSD cards for you.
Both the Nintendo Switch Lite and the larger version from two years ago do not contain normal-sized SD memory cards, but rather the smaller microSD cards. The manufacturer Nintendo recommends the use of a high-speed microSD card with UHS-I (Ultra High Speed Phase I) and thus a reading speed of 60 to 95 MB / s. The storage capacity is only vaguely specified in the recommendation; however, the following formats can be used:
Older advisor: microSD cards for the Nintendo Switch
Why I repeatedly recommend the manufacturer SanDisk for the purchase of memory cards here in the blog, I have already shown you here: Buying guide to SD cards. But even Nintendo swears by SanDisk and has even worked with the company licensed microSD cards released for the Nintendo Switch (Lite). In the following you will find my recommendations and the license issues:
For the release of the console I have already summarized some interesting data for you at this point (see above). There are now other offers that you view here on Amazon can. There you can find the handheld console currently for 215 euros (as of October 7, 2019) as well as limited and special editions. The limited edition, which to the new games Pokémon sword and Pokémon shield fits, you can pre-order; it comes out on November 8, 2019. There are also Nintendo Switch Lite bundles Dragon Quest XI S and The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening. I can only recommend the latter;)
Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.
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