New Model Nintendo Switch – Is It Even Different? Let's Compare!
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New Model Nintendo Switch – Is It Even Different? Let’s Compare! Nintendo recently came out with an updated model of their Nintendo Switch. I bought one of the new Switches so I can take it apart and compare its internal components to the old model. One selling point for the updated model is that it’s supposed to have better battery life so we take a look a the components that might affect that. I also show you the changes made to the joy-cons.
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About This Video: In this video I’m taking apart the new model of Nintendo Switch and comparing it to the old model. A lot of things still look the same but there are some differences. For example, the CPU on the new model is smaller, there are some noticeable changes to some of the motherboard components, and also some changes to the analog stick on the joy-cons. Not a lot of changes but this updated model is supposed to have improved battery life which is always nice. And hopefully the changes to the analog stick will make those last better.
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