Nintendo Switch – OLED Model w/ White Joy-Con Video Games
Meet the newest member of the Nintendo Switch family
7-inch OLED screen
- Feast your eyes on vivid colors and crisp contrast when you play on-the-go.
- See the difference the vibrant screen makes, whether you’re racing at top speed or squaring off against enemies.
64 GB internal storage
- Save games to your systems with 64 GB of internal storage, a portion of which is reserved for use by the system.
Wide, adjustable stand
- Flip out the sturdy stand for easy viewing in Tabletop mode.
- Adjust the stand to find the optimal viewing angle—perfect for a quick multiplayer game with a buddy.
Built-in wired LAN port
- Connect online* using the dock’s LAN port when playing in TV mode.
- Enjoy enhanced audio from the system’s onboard speakers in Tabletop and Handheld modes.
The new system features a vibrant 7-inch OLED screen, 64 GB of internal storage, a wide adjustable stand, a dock with a wired LAN port, and enhanced audio.
Three Modes in one TV Mode
Dock your system to enjoy HD gaming on your TV.
Flip the stand to share the screen, then share the fun with a multiplayer game.
Please pick it up and play with the Joy-Con controllers attached to enjoy the 7-inch OLED screen.
GameSpot – “…the best display on any dedicated handheld gaming device… ever.”
GameXplain – “…a fantastic upgrade for anyone looking to game on the go.”
Game Informer – “The screen is an absolute marvel…”
IGN – “Outside of the display, my favorite improvement to the Switch OLED is easily the new kickstand.” – 8/10
Shacknews – “…the best portable visual experience…” – 9/10
The Verge – “…premium portable experience.” – 8/10
* Nintendo Switch Online membership (sold separately) and Nintendo Account required for online play. Not available in all countries. Internet access is required for online features. Terms apply. nintendo.com/switch-online
** Additional Joy‑Con or Nintendo Switch Pro controllers required for multiplayer modes; sold separately. Multiplayer features vary by game; see individual games for details.
Jasen sullivan –
I have the original switch and decided to get the OLED. To me it is better than the original. The screen looks better and the console feels better.
Amazon Customer –
I upgraded from a Gameboy Advance I bought in 2001, so obviously my mind is blown. It looks amazing on it’s own OLED screen (BOTW, Tales from the borderlands) and I just plugged it into my 77″ LG C2 after playing undocked for 2 weeks and it was even more amazing.
Malcolm Martin Turner –
First, to be clear, I play exclusively in handheld mode. (No proper technophile allows a video game system to be connected to their 4k tv if it does not output 4k. LOL!) I am also a console (Xbox) gamer and have been playing video games since the mid 1980s.With that being said, this device is shockingly awesome. Why? You can basically play games with the graphically fidelity of almost (but not quite) the Xbox One/PS 4 in your hands. This blows me away. The fact that I can play NBA 2k, FIFA, Need for Speed, Grid, Mortal Kombat, Puzzle Quest and so many other games on the go is truly a joy to behold. As a result, much to my surprise, this has been the console I have ended up playing the most. It’s easy to see why – I can take it with me wherever I go. I travel for work and personal reasons. This is with me and I can continue playing my games on it. Don’t get me wrong, I still enjoy my Xbox experience and still play PC games as well. They are awesome. However, I notice I play this more because it can be on an airplane with me, in the bed, during lunch at work, when I travel, etc. Then, sometimes when I get home, I may want to continue my gaming. So it is racking up more hours than my Xbox and PC (which I certainly still enjoy).Then, the OLED screen is gorgeous. I had an original Switch. I absolutely love this screen, the brightness, sharpness and clarity. Some games look totally different. If you already have an original Switch, if you can, sell it (or give it away) and get this one. I absolutely love it. I even bought a 512GB micro SD card. I am in a form of gaming Nirvana. You will really enjoy this model.Finally, I do think that Nintendo is in a truly awesome position with the Switch. I am not sure if Nintendo even realizes how close they are to dominating the video game market for decades. Why? Think about it. As of January 2022 the Switch is the leading console with over 100 million units sold. It really, at this point, needs one thing to finish off the competition for decades. What is it they need? Just a little more power. If Nintendo creates a device that has the graphical and processing power of an Xbox One/PS4, can do 1080p in handheld mode, with a 7 inch OLED screen, (and 4k when docked) Nintendo will rule gaming for at least a decade. Why? 1080p on OLED, at the handheld distance from the eye, appears almost as detailed as 4k at a tv watching distance. With the processing power of the Xbox One/PS4, developers can bring tons of more of their best games (triple A titles) to the Switch. So, a Switch that powerful, with a large number of triple A games on it and with a screen that good in handheld mode, the Switch’s market share would crush the competition.At any rate, I digress. If you are considering this device. Get it! Period. The build is so awesome on this variant. You will love it.I have to go now. I have to play my OLED Switch – LOL!Also, the delivery from this seller was also good. It came ahead of time.
August West –
Currently I have a PS5, a Xbox Series X, and a OLED Nintendo Switch in my home. The Switch gets the most playing time by far. It’s not all about raw power and graphics, it’s the games. And Nintendo first party titles are the best IMO. I also love the portability and being able to pick up the Switch and start a game at any time. If you’re on the fence about which system to get, this is the ONE!
George from Colorado –
I liked the larger size. I have a hard time reading the small print on most games. With the ability to put the game on the TV screen that is no longer as problem. I like playing these games, I am retired and with plenty of time on my hands it keeps me out of mischief.
I absolutely love the product. I had a spat when I got it. It didn’t have a charger for the dock. However talking to Amazon Support they corrected it for me and I was able to get a charger off the store. With the Switch Oled, you not only are able to have a bit more vibrant colors, but the system itself has great battery life. I had the original switch and this is leagues better. I literally had the switch in my bed for 4 days playing off and on and within those 4 days the battery went as low as 30% and the charging happens fairly quick, not to mention you can dock it and play it while it charges on a big screen tv.SO IF YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT A SWITCH IS OR HOW IT WORKS LET ME EXPLAIN THE DIFFERENCES1. theres 3 versions- Switch (original one with a dock and can be played on a tv w/ a smaller screen than Oled)- Switch lite (the hand held version with no dock and can’t be played on a tv)- Switch Oled (newest one, vibrant colors on screen, Larger screen, and has a tv dock)2. Games- The switch is one of the better nintendo systems that have more 3rd party games on it, although the selections are smaller than the Playstation and Xbox, the switch gives you versatility to not only bring it with you on the go to play games, it gives you the action to play with multiple people by separating the joy cons (controllers) and with that you can use each one sideways as a controller allowing two people to play and with multiple joy cons you can have a session of multiple people.-It has both digital and cartridge games. the cartridge games are very small, and they also have a fast install time. The games are very fun to play and have lots of multiplayer options. No full VoIP on the system but they have an app for cellphones to use.- the store usually has great deals on titles as most of the cartridge games cost full price or barely have anything discounted at places like Target, Walmart or Gamestop.3. How they work (docked versions)- a docked Switch connects to the TV, it allows the device to charge and you can play games as it charges on the dock.- it has a tabletop mode where you can play games on the screen as a tv. In other words you can still use a controller but have the tablet part standing upwards as you use a full controller to play on it.- Handheld is where the Joy cons are attached to the tablet and you use it like a handheld or similar to a gameboy or something in that way.Personally it’s worth the money and Nintendo has usually very good systems that last a long time. Although they might not be the best graphically they have some fun family friendly first party games.
Nicholas Alvarado –
The display, is much better than the regular switch or switch lite. It’s really clear and just looks much better playing games on it.
Guadalupe M Gallegos –
I didnt need it but i wanted it i micht da an un boxing video later if it was called a fam a com switch it would have been neat remember tandy days of namco it trulyis alost as good as a ps5 or x box 1 or x the detailed games are way past wii or wii u i cant wait for meta verse nintendo apple needs to get compatable with them too vr is better than first switch i think it needs removable power bank for the long game play im sure live gaming will be better too drone racer game too all and all its better than any nintendo they have ever made must have for all gaming needing a more game description of better than 4k 8k hdr ia4khdr oled output is amazing too hook dock to modem best way
Aaron Sako –
my original switch was collecting some dust in docked mode and I figured I’d give this one a shot with some rewards points i had saved up.I picked it up, transferred my save data to it and played some games that i was familiar with and the handheld experience absolutely shocked me. I heard that the display wasn’t that much of an upgrade over the original, but I strongly disagree.The display is about a half inch larger all around, with almost no bezel at all. The colors that the OLED display can produce are absolutely phenomenal. the colors in every game are crisp and bright. dark shadows in game are deep and rich and everything intended to glow in a game looks incredibly lively.Another subtle but superb upgrade is the console’s kickstand. with the OLED version, it spans the length of the console (minus joycons) and it’s more akin the the weird “fluid hinge” used in the Microsoft surface line of computer tablets. it feels super sturdy and very refined compared to the original dinky kickstand.unironically, this upgrade was the tipping point that made me go from a “docked mode only” preference to almost entirely handheld mode. it totally sold me with the superior handheld gaming experience over the original. 500% recommend it, especially if you haven’t gotten a switch yet or you’re looking to brush the dust off your docked original switch, you’ll never look back.
Savannah Harris –
I’ve wanted a Switch OLED since they were released. I’ve been using my Switch Lite since pre-pandemic & LOVED it. I tried to save up to get a regular switch that I could dock & play multiplayer games with my friends & now I finally own my own OLED Switch! It’s so fast & the graphics are phenomenal! One of my best big girl purchases to date!☺️