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Nintendo Switch – OLED Model w/ White Joy-Con

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  • 7-inch OLED screen – Enjoy vivid colors and crisp contrast with a screen that makes colors pop
  • Wired LAN port – Use the dock’s LAN port when playing in TV mode for a wired internet connection
  • 64 GB internal storage – Save games to your system with 64 GB of internal storage
  • Enhanced audio – Enjoy enhanced sound from the system’s onboard speakers when playing in Handheld and Tabletop modes.
  • Wide adjustable stand – Freely angle the system’s wide, adjustable stand for comfortable viewing in Tabletop mode. Nintendo Switch – OLED Model supports all Joy-Con controllers and Nintendo Switch software

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TV Mode

Dock your system to enjoy HD gaming on your TV.

Nintendo Switch OLED Model

Tabletop Mode

Flip the stand to share the screen, then share the fun with a multiplayer game.

Nintendo Switch OLED Model

Handheld Mode

Pick it up and play with the Joy-Con controllers attached to enjoy the 7-inch OLED screen.

Nintendo Switch OLED Model

10 reviews for Nintendo Switch – OLED Model w/ White Joy-Con

    Andrew
    March 5, 2022
    In short- it's a great console, but I wouldn't recommend it if you already have one and usually keep it docked. If you primarily use handheld mode or own a Lite, it might be worth the upgrade for you. If you're a first-time buyer, this is the one to get.Most of the hardware is identical to the previous revision, so I'll go over what matters:DESIGN: In addition to an overall much more modernized design, the whole device has a much better quality to it and feels sturdy in the hands. It's a much more premium console, both in look and feel.SCREEN: It's larger, brighter, and more vibrant. Putting it next to an original switch makes the old screen look dull and dated. The glass screen is covered in a layer of plastic, so make sure to pick up a screen protector.KICKSTAND: It feels sturdy and easily moves to whatever position you'd like. I've actually used it quite a lot more then I expected to. It's a great upgrade from the flimsy kickstand on the original switch.DOCK: It looks nicer and has an ethernet port. Not much else to it.OTHER: The internal storage is doubled to 64gb, which is always nice to see. The speakers also sound a bit better compared to the original console.In short- for people who prefer handheld mode, it's pretty nice. If you can justify buying it, the quality of life improvements are great.
    3 people found this helpful
    truthhurts
    February 12, 2022
    at total random luck I was fortunate enough to get this on a pre order here! first it gave me about a month delivery date, which soon turned into the better part of a solid 2 weeks!, so happy when it arrived! love the new system, bigger and brighter screen etc! only pain was the wifi issue setting up, but this seems to be a known and incredibly easily fixed problem. simply YouTube it on the OLED model and just follow the video, it takes 30 seconds and its fixed.
    12 people found this helpful
    Ahmed Zulkarnine
    January 17, 2022
    Glad I did the upgrade to this version. The screen makes a huge difference.
    92 people found this helpful
    Broke College Student
    January 7, 2022
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    Shannon
    October 29, 2021
    I am absolutely in love with the OLED. I had the original first generation switch and I liked it but the battery life and the sound volume was lacking to say the least. This upgrade is Amazing. I get easily 3 extra hours on it compared to the original switch and I no longer have to wear headphones to hear my game. Also that extra inch in the screen makes a huge difference. You would think it wouldn’t because it’s only an inch but it really does. Not having that black border around the screen is very nice and slick and the extra enteral storage is great!!! My younger brother had the second version of the switch that has a better battery and when you compare his to the OLED there’s not that big of a difference when it comes to the battery so unless you just absolutely want the bigger slicker screen it may not be worth the upgrade but if you do have the original like me it’s more than worth it.
    2 people found this helpful
    M. GalenkoM. Galenko
    October 26, 2021
    This is my first Switch. I decided to add Switch Oled to my white PSOne / PS2 / PS3 / PS4 / PS5 console collection, which I expand every Xmas. It fits right in. The console is great for kids, to play platformers and indie games, which I never play on my PlayStations but want to play on the Switch for some reason. Go figure. I had to expand the storage to 1Tb (64Gb is only enough for 4-5 big games - that’s it), bought a grip, a case and a screen protector + pro controller. All those bells and whistles cost as much as the console itself, so be prepared to spend quite a bit more after you have purchased the console itself. Thank goodness there are 75%+ off digital games sales at the moment. Once you get a dozen of games and 5-6 Nintendo classics, which almost never go on sale, the total cost will quickly add up to about $1000. Not sure I would buy it if I already had a regular Switch, but as the 1st Switch it is a no-brainer. It’s a lot of fun and joy in a tiny little package!
    6 people found this helpful
    L.A. BritoL.A. Brito
    July 1, 2021
    Internal spec wise there’s not much difference to the original switch. However that screen just looks so much nicer and bigger than anticipated in person. It’s just one of those things you can’t gauge in pictures. You just gotta see for yourself personally. You really notice the difference side by side.If you don’t have a switch yet. Pick this up!If you already have a switch and money isn’t an issue, sure go ahead and upgrade. You deserve to treat yourself!If the two above don’t apply to you. Don’t worry. Your OG Switch or even Switch Lite is just fine.
    273 people found this helpful
    Solid SnakeSolid Snake
    June 12, 2021
    This moderate upgrade of the Nintendo Switch is definitely worth spending an extra $50 to get if you are already in the market for a new Switch. The most important question though, is if it's worth it for the people who already own a Switch. This depends a lot on personal preference as well as how old your current switch is (and if you own the original HAC001 from 2017-2019 or the V2 that released in late summer of 2019). I mostly play in handheld mode because that is what this console excels at, for playing on a TV/Monitor, there are plenty of better options.So what do you get with this OLED model? You get a larger screen that is OLED instead of IPS LCD. This is the type of screen that most iPhones have used since 2017 (and all of them use it now except for the SE2). You get a better contrast ratio, meaning deeper blacks and brighter colors/whites. There is no HDR support like Dolby Vision or HDR10, but it still looks leagues better than all the other Switch models. The smaller borders around the screen make the device look more modern and it's the size they should have gone with from the beginning (even if the logistics of using OLED wasn't feasible in 2017). There is also improved speakers, they do sound better and make the games your playing sound larger and more immersive. It's not as big of a difference as the new screen is to the old screen, but it's still a good thing to include.Another new features is a better kickstand that is more like that of a Surface Pro tablet, allowing the Switch to be able to lean all the way back and be much more sturdy while doing so. This isn't really important unless you play in tabletop mode, but this is more realistic of a way to use this console with the screen being just that much bigger, I could see myself using a Pro controller and sitting the switch down for certain types of games.The last difference here is the dock, which has a built in Ethernet port, which you should really use if you have the option to go wired. Unlike in the previous model "regular Switch", a wired connection is basically twice as fast as using standard WiFI, before it was only about 1.5x as fast. It still is unfortunate that you cannot achieve 100Mbps download speeds, but 60-65 is better than the 40-45 I was getting on my older model.If I had to oversimplify who should buy the OLED model, I would say that these two types of people should buy the OLED (even if they already have a Switch Lite or V2) It would be: techie people who are nerdy about their tech and want the best they can get (even when they don't need it), and serious gamers who sink hundreds and hundreds of hours into playing the Switch in handheld mode.Also, I don’t know that we need to specify this anymore because the switch OLED has largely been in stock since early January. But I did not and would not pay one penny more than $350 (plus tax) for this console. I think it’s worth that price if you love Nintendo characters/games, but I don’t think the hardware is worth more than $400 and the tax gets it pretty close to that.
    22 people found this helpful
    Patrick J.
    June 4, 2021
    Nintendo Switch OLED is quite a nice machine. The main draw is the bigger screen and it being OLED. The screen is beautiful no doubt about it. The kick stand works so much better than the earlier models. The sounds is t that big of an upgrade but it does sound better to me if slightly. I would say this is only worth the upgrade if those things above are important to you as you would be playing in handheld mode most of the time.My biggest complaint, the price. The machine technology is OLD. Nintendo could have dropped the price years ago and still make a good profit on each system sold. This should have been $300 max and they should have dropped the other to $250-$270. Bring on that Super Nintendo Switch or give me a new dock with an APU to boost the games performance. It would be great to play Zelda Breath of the wild at 1080p 60fps.
    7 people found this helpful
    J. Tant
    June 1, 2021
    A note first. The sad reality here is that Nintendo did not make enough units to meet initial demand. This seems to be a pattern with Nintendo (don't get me started on Amiibos...) but these are nonetheless the facts on the ground. Since supply is far behind demand, there are those who will sell their units at a premium. As such, the question here is if you're willing to purchase a $350 msrp unit with a premium added to compensate for not getting a preorder or such. I look at it as how much am I willing to pay for not being able to get a unit at launch and add that to the $350 base price.This said, the new Switch certainly does add $50 of value over the previous model for mobile users. The screen is...fantastic. Extra memory is also appreciated though stock onboard memory is still sparse (my first add here was not a game, but a 512GB micro SD card...). The kickstand is what it should have been in the beginning.All this said, if you're using this mainly hooked to a TV, you won't see much difference between this and the previous version. But if you use this primarily as a mobile device...yeah, it's got chops.This leaves the frank question of what you're willing to pay. Frankly I don't blame the "scalpers" but rather Nintendo. I'm cynical enough to think Nintendo created this shortage just as they do with so many other things...they could have quadrupled initial production but chose not to do so. Blame them, not third parties who are only following the laws of economics.
    4 people found this helpful
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