The Nintendo Switch Switch Cover, which is available exclusively through Nintendo of America stores and online, comes with a $100 discount, and the Switch Console is $300 cheaper than the Switch Cover.
The Switch Cover also includes the Nintendo Network ID, which lets players log in and play games from the Nintendo 3DS or Wii U. The Nintendo NetworkID lets you play online games, but it doesn’t require a Nintendo 3D or Wii remote.
The Switch Console, which comes with its own power cord and a full HDMI cable, is $150 cheaper than its counterpart.
The console also comes with an Ethernet port, which the Switch cover does not.
The Nintendo Switch Console comes with both a 2.1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 4 CPU and an 8GB RAM chip.
Both consoles are currently on sale for $499.99, and both have a $10 monthly fee for the console.
The Console’s price is only $299.99 on Amazon, but a retailer has already listed it for $399.99.
The NES Classic Mini, which retails for $59.99 and comes with two controllers, is currently on Amazon for $99.99 with a free trial of the game, but the console is not currently available for purchase.
The Xbox One S, which sells for $549.99 in the United States and Europe, has a $50 discount, as does the Xbox One X, which has a price cut of $100.
The Xbox One is on sale right now for $79.99 from Amazon for a free Xbox Live Gold membership.
The PlayStation 4 Pro is on Amazon at $399, and it also comes out for $379.99 at $499 for a three-year subscription.
Both the Switch and Nintendo Switch cover have an HDMI cable and a power cord.
Both consoles come with their own power cords and HDMI cables.
The Console Cover has a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The Cover’s power cord has a micro USB port.
The Wii U Cover has two USB ports and a MicroSD slot.
The Wii U’s HDMI port is HDMI-out and is connected to the Wii U via an HDMI-to-USB cable.
The Joy-Con Grip is available as a $20 add-on.
The GamePad is also available for $20.