The Nintendo Switch has never been the most cutting-edge console on the market. But after seeing the impact of what a handful of calculated upgrades has done for the new OLED Switch, it feels like Nintendo has finally created the hybrid console I wanted from the start.
The new OLED Switch is priced at $350, $50 more than the baseline model, and for that dough, you get the following features (ranked by what I think are the most important additions first):
- Larger 7-inch OLED display (up from 6.2 inches)
- Improved stereo speakers
- Double the base storage (64GB, up from 32GB)
- New dock with a built-in Ethernet port
- Redesigned kickstand
- Fresh black-and-white color scheme