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Japan: Coral Nintendo Switch Lite sells out in 2 days

Japan: Coral Nintendo Switch Lite sells out in 2 days

The Coral colored Nintendo Switch Lite system has been a large success in Japan and has reportedly offered out in any respect main shops inside simply two days of it being on sale. It’s not clear whether or not the worldwide coronavirus pandemic has precipitated difficulty with manufacturing of the unit as the opposite colors within the Switch Lite household are nonetheless available for buy.

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