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Video game console knockoffs are nothing new, especially for something as popular as the Nintendo Switch. However, “Nanica Smitch” not only attempts to copy its looks, but aesthetics as well. It comes with detachable game pads that mimic the Joy-Cons, and appears to have 800 built-in games, which we assume are just random titles not related to anything available on the Switch. Read more for a hands-on video, additional pictures and information.
How much does the “Nanica Smitch” cost? Well, around $50 USD, or at least in Columbia where this was spotted. Other features include a 5.5-inch display, TV-out via RCA cables, and the ability to play ROMs. The game pads are powered by 4 AAA batteries, while the console itself is rechargeable.
- 3 Play Styles: TV Mode, Tabletop Mode, Handheld Mode
- 6.2-inch, multi-touch capacitive touch screen
- 4.5-9+ Hours of Battery Life will vary depending on software usage conditions
- Connects over Wi-Fi for multiplayer gaming; Up to 8 consoles can be connected for local wireless multiplayer
- Model number: HAC-001(-01)
- Handheld Nintendo Switch gaming at a great price
- For every member of your family, there’s a member of ours
- Optimized for personal, handheld play, the Nintendo Switch Lite is a small and light Nintendo Switch system
- Features a sleek, unibody design with fully integrated controls and a built-in plus Control Pad
- Compatible with all physical and digital Nintendo Switch games that support Handheld mode