When Nintendo unveiled the Switch Lite to the world in July, it was obvious that the new system was aimed at a different and perhaps much younger market. This was reflected in the price of the unit, which according to Takashi Mochizuki of The Wallstreet Journal was a continuing concern for Nintendo during the development phase.
Mochizuki said that Nintendo is very eager to capture the "low end" market through pricing. system under $ 199.99 / £ 199.99. Suppliers are reported to indicate that the Japanese company is even trying to "aggressively" reduce system costs before its launch, with one CEO claiming that they "beat" Nintendo for months on pricing a key component.
Given the success of the low-cost 3DS / 2DS line with a younger audience, it's easy to see why Nintendo would be so eager to reduce the cost of Switch Lite. The new module and new software ̵
WSJ also mentioned how Murata Manufacturing Co. is a new lithium-ion battery provider for Nintendo. Through this company, it competes with TDK Corp. (Nintendo's existing provider), Nintendo hopes to reduce battery costs.
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