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Extra Dock $89.99!!!!! Switch Pro controller $69.99, Joycon set $79.99. Updated 2x!

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Yerm said:
lionpetercarmoo said:

Did you mistake those two?

no i didnt. its a set of 2, so that $10 each. 

$10 for a grip. $15 for a grip that charges. plus i remeber Wii Wheels costing $10

Wrong. The set of 2 is $15 so why would you increase the price.



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Dang, those are some high prices even by Nintendo standards. If I had to price them by considering decent profits, relative affordability, and similar pricing for controllers & accessories I'd price them at...

- Switch Pro Controller ($59.99)
- Switch Joy-Con Set ($49.99)
- Switch Joy-Con Single ($29.99)
- Switch Joy-Con Charging Grip ($19.99)
- Switch Dock Set ($69.99)
- Joy-Con Set of 2 Wheels ($14.99)

and just for the fun of it

- Nintendo Switch Console ($249.99)
- Nintendo Switch Console + ARMS Game ($299.99)



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lionpetercarmoo said:
Yerm said:

no i didnt. its a set of 2, so that $10 each. 

$10 for a grip. $15 for a grip that charges. plus i remeber Wii Wheels costing $10

Wrong. The set of 2 is $15 so why would you increase the price.

my mistake then. 



What a disaster. The more news that comes out about the Switch, the worse it gets.

This is much worse Xbox One's disaster at the beginning, but at least Microsoft was able to adapt and change. Nintendo's never shown that they can adapt.



Pyro as Bill said:
If you want a second dock and second controller, you may as well buy a second Switch.

I just might... Play one, charge one. Might sell off the second joy con set and grip for 80/90 dollars and keep the console and dock... Really curious what the charging speed will be while playing or in other words: what's the USB type c port rated at and what does the console use and does that leave anything for portable charging? Have some bad experiences with prolonged use of tablets heavy on power use and low rated ports causing the battery to slowly deplete, which had all kinds of funky effects on the battery and battery capacity. (It would get too warm because of this type of use, severely impacting the battery capacity degradation...)

 

Now only if they would bring a bundle of switch, pro controller and Zelda without any flashy stickers for 400...



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FunFan said:
nanzano said:

Can someone please tell me what the $299 SKU comes with? Does it come with all the accesories?

  • Nintendo Switch™ Console
  • Nintendo Switch Dock
  • Joy-Con™ (L) Gray
  • Joy-Con (R) Gray
  • Joy-Con Wrist Straps
  • Joy-Con Grip
  • High Speed HDMI™ Cable
  • Nintendo Switch AC Adapter

Thanks Guys

so only the Pro controller is missing,... the $299 price point seems more legit than before then



                                               

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$110 for an additional Joy Controller? (Left+Right+Dock)

That is steep.



$49 for the Joy cons is cheap imo. $89 for the dock that comes with an hdmi cable and an adapter is also fair.

The only thing expensive imo is the pro controller.



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Too much money.



I mean come on! $300 base price, you still have to shell out $70 for a decent controller, online is paid and lacks basic features. Nintendo's last cash grab before exiting the hardware business.