July 11, 2019 CuttingEdgeTech 0Comment

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Nintendo Switch Lite was revealed to the world yesterday, and we know the three different colors will be in the hands of consumers on the Switch Lite’s September 20 release date. But even though we’re well past 24 hours of knowing it exists, you still can’t preorder one in the US.

Generally speaking, and this is extremely general, Best Buy gets preorders live before anyone else, followed closely by Amazon and GameStop. Walmart has traditionally pulled up the rear, coming in much later than its competitors in getting hot items available to its customers.

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