Rick Dangerous Posted March 21, 2022 Share Posted March 21, 2022 I didn't think i would; but my best friend had a birthday so i gave him my original launch day switch with the 128gb SD (and Skyrim) and got a new OLED model with a 512gb micro SD cart for myself. It's nice, certainly a better screen and more solid feeling body. The large kick stand is a bit awkward in the back; i feel like the massive hinge area might let more dust into the console; but, overall a really solid piece of hardware. I like that the joycons can be used cross-consoles and with all accessories, and the texture is really nice, less prone to showing smudges and smears. The unit just feels solid. I have to say the experience of migrating my Data over to my new Switch was a nightmare. My main issues with it were as follows: -Both consoles had to be hooked up to AC Power, which means one needed to be docked, so i had to login multiple times with a controller. -I couldn't transfer my kids miis/user accounts and save data because they aren't "associated with Nintendo Accounts" because they are too young to have/need emails. SO lame. -Tranferring a the game download data between Micro SD cards did not work per nintendo's instructions, tried it twice, no luck, formatted the SD (which took forever) using their reccomended tool and it still didn't work the third time; always said "this SD has been used with another switch, we need to delete the data. So yeah...a nightmare. You are better off just re-downloading your games and starting fresh on the screenshots. Will probably hang onto this until the Switch Pro/2/etc. comes out and then keep it in the family by passing to the kiddos. Anyone else get one? Your thoughts? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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