Nintendo Switch Lite Review

Here in this page we are reviewing and giving you guys our opinion on Nintendo Switch Lite.
Now every Nintendo handheld has had it’s smaller and cheaper alternative, except the switch, and its now time for it to have it’s own cheaper smaller sibling.

The Nintendo Switch Lite is that console. It is a bit lighter and little bit smaller than the regular Switch and has a few differences that we will reveal below, so let’s find out what they are.

Specs wise the Switch Lite has basically the same specs as its bigger brother, which is a bit obvious as they have to run the same games, but as per the screen size there is a difference. The Switch has a 6.2″ screen while the Lite has a 5.5″ display, but they both have the same resolution of 720p.

Battery on the Lite is a 3570mAh one, a bit smaller than the 4310mAh on the Switch and the battery life reflects the difference in the battery capacity. So while the Switch can run from 4.5 to 9 hours, the Switch Lite can run from 3 to 7 hours.

The biggest difference you can tell off the bat about the two consoles is that it doesn’t have joy cons. The High Definition Rumble and IR motion camera are also missing in the Lite.
This is something to be kept in your mind for some games, but it won’t necessarily affect every game because most of them can be played in HandHeld.
The Lite also has a D-PAD instead of the four circles that represent the D-Pad on the regular Switch.
Auto Brightness Adjuster is another thing that is missing, which is not a big deal for most people but it is something to keep in mind.
Kickstand and Docks are also missing in the Lite which means that you won’t be able to play on your TV.

With that being said, this question arises:

Who is the Regular Switch for and who is the Switch Lite for?
Well, it’s safe to think that the Lite is going to be more suitable for people who are going to be on the go most of the time. And its size makes is a great device for kids or for people who aren’t comfortable to spend as much on a console, and can use that $100 towards games or save it for other purposes.

The Regular Switch on the other side, is a perfect option for people that have time to sit and relax on the couch while playing with this console or for those games who want the best of both worlds. The switch Lite is something that the company wants to be more of a portable device than being a hybrid one.

So if you had to go somewhere out of town, a cinema or some other place you could simply put the Lite in your pocket and you’re all set. While with the regular Switch, if you have seen one in person, you can’t do that without getting a bag for it. Check the size comparison below:
Nintendo Switch vs Lite

Cinemate 120 Review

Today we are going to talk about the Bose n CineMate 120 Home Theatre System.
It has a few different components.



is less than a foot and a half and delivers powerful detailed sound and a level of performance that belies its size. It is compact so it means it is a great choice for
a small or average sized room or office space.
Inside this tiny speakers enclosure are five precisely positioned powerful drivers that are helped by true space technology. Couple that with a resonant bass provided by the Acoustimass module and you will hear a compelling level of sound and spaciousness all without a massive set of wires in your space.

This wireless module adds really dramatic low notes to all your media playing. It has a signal range of 30 feet so you can place it everywhere in your room, at the back of your tv or some place where you want to keep it hidden.

Looking at the sound design, this is where the speaker really Stands Out because it features the cutting-edge ADAPT IQ audio system. What actually is that?
Well your environment and surroundings can affect your sound. So whether you have wooden flors or walls, plush rugs or your room is just an unconventional shape for ideal sound, adapt IQ will adjust the speakers performance to the acoustics of the room so you don’t have to change a thing. Once you have put the speakers where you want, just run the Adapt IQ, sit back and enjoy the consistent sound performance throughout the room.

Another nifty feature you can enjoy with the Cinemate 120 Home Theatre System. With an optional wifi adepter you can discover and enjoy music easier than ever before. You can stream over 20 thousand different stations from around the world, songs and playlists from a personal music library as well as popular music apps like Deezer or Spotify all available via your home wifi network. And what is also a great thing is that the system also works with other bose sound touch systems to create a multi room listening experience. So go ahead and invite your friends over, because in party mode these systems work together as one to play music everywhere in your home, stream different music in different room, or create customized zones.There is a solution for all your entertaining needs.








The system includes and infrared remote control and a small control console with 4 HDMI inputs. There is a 2.4mm headphone jack as well if you need it.