There is nothing worse than using the Nintendo Switch to make a long flight or other long trip where the battery is empty after a few hours (depending on how much battery the game consumes). Fortunately, Nintendo has finally solved this problem with a newer switch model that extends the console's battery life from about 2.5 to 6.5 hours of gaming time to 4.5 to 9 hours of charging time. The new model is now available at some retailers. If you're hesitant to spend another $ 300 to extend your battery life, GameStop's latest trade-in offer may lead to a rethink.
Assuming you do not need your original switch As part of a limited time deal in the GameStop stores, you can trade in the $ 225 initial model, from the usual $ 200. Of course this commercial value applies to a switch in "fully functional state". This brings the $ 300 switch revision to $ 75, though you do not need to use the Trade value exclusively for this. This trade-in offer is valid until 1
The extended battery life of the Switch revision may be the star of the show, but the Tegra X1 processor also runs cooler, which in turn As a result, your switch will not heat up so much, but it's important to note that this is not a Switch Pro or equivalent to the upgraded consoles that PS4 and Xbox One have, they will not improve performance or increase load time
If you prefer to trade your old switch for a Nintendo Switch Lite, you can use your $ 225 credit to pre-order instead, the Switch Lite is priced at $ 200 and will be released on September 20, five Days after End of this trade-in action. So you have to do without your console a bit. You can pre-order the Switch Lite here. However, if you prefer not to swap your switch or do not have one already, you can purchase the new switch through the links below.