Right off the bat, it's pretty easy to see some major differences between the Nintendo Switch Lite and the original Switch. For one, controls are now built-in to the device instead of being detachable controllers.
Here's a closer look at the control area, which cannot be detached:
Another big difference: There's a d-pad in place of the four buttons found on the original Switch.
In most other ways, though, the Lite is identical to the original. It's still got a shoulder button and a trigger on each side, and the game card slot is still under a little plastic flap.
The power button and the volume rocker are still set along the left side of the top of the console:
There's one pretty notable difference on the back: No kickstand! It's been removed on the Lite. That means it can't stand up on its own.
Since the kickstand is removed, the micro SD card reader is now on the lower right:
There's one other big addition with the Switch Lite: Multiple colors!
Here's a quick look at how the Switch Lite compares to the original Switch, in terms of size:
Take a closer look at the Nintendo Switch Lite in this video from Nintendo: