Nintendo Switch price, specs, review 價錢、規格及用家意見

This Nintendo has a hard drive capacity of 32GB. The number of controllers provided are 2 and was released in the year 2016. Read more
This Nintendo has a hard drive capacity of 32GB. The number of controllers provided are 2 and was released in the year 2016. Read more
Video Resolution


Hard Drive Capacity



Blue and Red



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HK$ 2,325.38
HK$ 4,526.80

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Cheapest Nintendo Switch Price in Hong Kong is HK$ 2,325.38

The Nintendo Switch is now available in Hong Kong. The cheapest Nintendo Switch price in Hong Kong is HK$ 2,325.38 from Amazon. You can also choose between different Nintendo Switch variants with Green and Blue starting from HK$ 4,023.03 and Gray at HK$ 2,790.54. Nintendo Switch price details are updated November 2020.

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Price List by Country for Nintendo Switch

Country International Price Price in HKD
Hong Kong HKD 2,325.38 HK$ 2,325.00
Indonesia IDR 4.829.000 HK$ 2,636.00
Malaysia MYR 990.00 HK$ 1,875.00
Philippines PHP 16,800.00 HK$ 2,696.00
Singapore SGD 341.63 HK$ 1,970.00
Thailand THB 7,990 HK$ 2,041.00
Vietnam VND 8.590.000 HK$ 2,857.00

Nintendo Switch 格價表香港

Variants Price 商家
Nintendo Switch Neon Blue and Neon Red HK$ 2,325.38 Amazon
Nintendo Switch Gray HK$ 2,790.54 Amazon
Nintendo Switch Green and Blue HK$ 4,023.03 Amazon

Models Similar to Nintendo Switch in Hong Kong

型号 價格 商家
Nintendo Switch HK$ 2,325.38 Amazon
Microsoft Xbox One X HK$ 2,380.88 Amazon

Nintendo Switch Specs

Video Resolution SD
3D Ready No
Data Storage
Hard Drive Capacity 32GB
Expandable Memory Yes
Hard Drive Type MicroSD Card
Type of Memory Expansion MicroSD Card
Included Memory Yes
Colour Blue and Red
Dimensions (W x H x D) 238.7 x 12.7 x 101.6mm
Weight 297g
Streaming Yes
Online Capables Yes
Web Browser Yes
Video Chat No
Skype No
Wireless Controller Yes
Number of Controller 2
Motion Control No
USB Controller No
Bluetooth Controller No
Release Year 2016
Capacitive Touch Screen No
Number of Display 1
Diagonal Screen Size 6.2"
Multitouch No
Display Resolution 1280 x 720pixels
Power Supply
Battery Capacity 4310mAh
Battery Charging Time 6h
Battery Life 6h
Battery Pack No
Power Adapter Yes
Packaging Content
Controller Included 2
Max Number of Players 1
Bluetooth Yes
Wi-Fi No

Nintendo Switch (任天堂switch) Hong Kong Review, Specs, Features

Nintendo Switch (任天堂switch) – Play Your Favourite Games Wherever You Are

Nintendo (known amongst locals as 任天堂) has always been known for producing top-quality games and consoles, with a vast array of iconic products such as the Zelda and Mario series and the Nintendo Wii console. Nintendo has finally released the highly anticipated Switch hybrid game console that is true to the company's reputation and looks quite impressive.

Design and Build

The Switch console has a unique hybrid design which enables it to be used in various ways, making it a versatile gaming companion. It can be used in handheld mode, console mode, or tabletop mode, making it a device that enables you to play your favourite games on the go as well as at home. The device comes with a dock that turns it into a console you play on TV. The device only takes a second to switch between modes, so that you can continue to play games without pausing.

Screen and Display

The Nintendo Switch has a 6.2-inch built-in screen, making it smaller than many of the tablets available in the market today. The screen has a 720p display resolution that enables it to give off rich colours and crisp image quality. The display offers enough depth and detail to play complex games such as Zelda on the go without affecting the frame rate. The screen also offers capacitive touch, which makes menus and the user interface easy to navigate and access by users. The screen is responsive, not unlike those you find on any other mobile device.


The Switch is only available in 32GB which you can expand via MicroSD. 32GB might seem insufficient at first, but as the games are cartridge-based, there are no installs to worry about, so you do not need to worry about storage much unless you plan to download other games.


In terms of battery life, Nintendo has claimed that the Switch can last between 2.5 to 6 hours depending on your usage, which is still enough to commute to and from work. Naturally, playing less intensive games will give you longer battery life. Users can turn on airplane mode or reduce the screen brightness if they want to use the device longer.

Will there be a new Nintendo Switch in 2020?

No, there won’t be a new Nintendo Switch in 2020. Probably to avoid the PS5 and Xbox Series X announcements- so we’re looking at mid-to-late 2021 for the Switch 2 release date.

How much is Nintendo Switch in Hong Kong?

As of September 2020, the Nintendo Switch price in Hong Kong is HK$2,340, comes with detachable joy-cons in blue and red, grey, as well as a limited-edition Animal Crossing console. While the Nintendo Switch Lite costs HK$1,490 and it comes in yellow, grey, turquoise, and coral.

Is Nintendo Switch region-locked?

Unlike every other Nintendo console shipped since the company started designing actual operating systems, the Switch is completely region-free- you can play games from any country without issue, often in any language.

Can I access the Nintendo eShop for another region?

The Nintendo eShop country on Nintendo Switch will be determined by the country settings in your Nintendo Account. Users who relocate to a new country can change their country of residence in their Nintendo Account settings after agreeing to the Nintendo Account User Agreement and acknowledging the Privacy Policy for their new country. This will change the country for the Nintendo eShop upon the next connection. Please note that your Nintendo eShop account balance does not carry over if you change your Nintendo Account country.

Does Nintendo Switch need Wi-Fi?

There’s no full-fledged answer to this because it’s yes and no at the same time. The Nintendo Switch needs an active WiFi connection for setting up the console. WiFi is essential for creating or linking the Nintendo Switch account to Nintendo Store. Also, it is essential to acknowledge that Nintendo Switch doesn’t have a SIM slot, which means it will need the internet for setting up the console. As far as gaming is concerned, there are some games that require internet connection.

Does the Nintendo Switch come with games?

The core system does not come with any games. However, you can easily download digital games from the Nintendo eShop, so you could, theoretically, never buy a physical game for the console and still play whatever you like. There are some retail bundles that do come with physical games and/or digital download codes and some special editions that come with games and other items, such as collectables.

Is the Nintendo Switch worth buying?

The popularity of the Nintendo Switch is not unwarranted. Not only is its unique hybrid design enticing for people who want some versatility with their gaming experience, but Nintendo has done a terrific job of releasing some stellar games for the Switch while also bringing over a staggering number of third-party titles. If you’re a Nintendo fan already, the Switch is an absolute must-buy. If you’re a casual gamer, the Switch would likely be a good investment because you can use it for both your home console and handheld console needs without buying two separate devices. If you’re a hardcore gamer who wants access to every game and the ability to play them at the highest quality possible, the Switch is likely not what you’re looking for. Keep in mind that the Nintendo Switch price is incredibly competitive when compared to other major consoles. This could also be a factor in your decision.

How do I connect the Nintendo Switch to the TV?

You need to use the dock that comes with the Nintendo Switch to connect it to your TV. The dock has an HDMI port built-in. Connect the HDMI cable that came with your console to this port and then connect the other end of the cable to your television. There is no way to connect your Switch to the TV without using the dock (at least no way officially sanctioned by Nintendo).

Does the Nintendo Switch have Bluetooth?

Yes and no. The Nintendo Switch uses Bluetooth 4.1 for its controller connections. However, it does not support Bluetooth connections of other peripherals, including headphones, gaming headsets, etc. To use these items with a Switch, you’ll need a third-party Bluetooth adapter.

Is there a Nintendo Switch controller in the box?

The console comes with two Joy-Con. These can be paired together to be used as one controller either attached to the Switch or to the included Joy-Con grip. However, Joy-Con is not “traditional” controllers and might leave a lot to be desired for gamers more accustomed to PlayStation or Xbox controllers. But don’t worry: the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller will solve that problem.

How many games can a Switch hold?

You can have more than 12 games installed on your Switch, but only the 12 with the most recent activity will show up on your home screen. As soon as you hit your 13th game, a new icon will show up called “All Software.” This will let you browse through all of your games in a grid, rather than a line. If you’re downloading games digitally on the Switch, it depends on how much memory you have. The Nintendo Switch only has a measly 32GB of internal storage, some of which is eaten up by the system. That’ll be enough to download a few games, but you’ll quickly run out of space. Get a high-capacity microSD card like the Samsung EVO Plus 256GB to ensure you have enough room to hold all the games you want.

What games are free on Nintendo Switch?

If you have a Nintendo Switch, you likely play it all the time and might need some new games! To help you out, here are some of the best free Nintendo Switch games you can get:

  1. Asphalt 9: Legends
  2. Brawlhalla
  3. Color Zen
  4. Fallout Shelter
  5. Fortnite
  6. Pokemon Quest
  7. Super Kirby Clash
  8. Tetris 99
  9. Warface
  10. Zaccaria Pinball

Reviews of Nintendo Switch
Reviewed on 2020-09-05
A handheld console and home console in one, Games tend to favor style over graphics, Has an affordable variant
(and Joy Con Grip) take time getting used to, unlike the PS4 Pro controller—especially if you have big hands; otherwise playing games isn't an issue. The console has three modes: Big Screen, handheld, and tabletop mode. Slide the game console onto the doc...
An experience that no other console can offer, the Switch can go from a home console to a handheld in one swift movement. Being able to play Mario, Pokemon, and Zelda Breath of the Wild on the go has never felt so good.Let's start this Nintendo Switch rev...
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Reviewed on 2019-12-18
Hybrid design - functions as handheld and home console, Excellent exclusive games
Third-party support still lacking, Bare-bones online service, Least powerful console on the market
After a shaky few years with their maligned Wii U, Nintendo have taken a second swing at reshaping the console market with the Nintendo Switch, a hybrid between a handheld and home console. The Nintendo Switch itself is a 6.2” handheld tablet with two det...
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Reviewed on 2019-11-28
Three play modes make it convenient to use whereve, Excellent variety of available game, Smartly designed controls
Graphics are worse than rivals' offering, Online membership features are inconsistent across game, Battery life of original model is short
After a lackluster console generation with the Wii U, Nintendo managed to turn things around with the much-beloved Nintendo Switch: a cross between a handheld and traditional game console. Since its launch in March 2017, we've seen the console get a revis...
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Reviewed on 2019-07-30
Extremely portable, Great for local multiplayer, Relatively low cost
Graphics aren't as good as other consoles, Lackluster online service, No Ethernet port, Wi-Fi only
Lifewire / Zach SweatExtremely portableGreat for local multiplayerRelatively low costGraphics aren't as good as other consolesLackluster online serviceNo Ethernet port, Wi-Fi onlyThe Nintendo Switch is a truly revolutionary device in the gam...
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Reviewed on 2019-03-07
Conveniently lets you game on the go and at home, Has a strong selection of first party titles and choice indies, Online service is cheaper than the competition
Needs more third-party titles, Multiplayer voice chatting is wonkier than other consoles, Still no Bluetooth headphone support
The Nintendo Switch is no Wii U -- we knew that much when we reviewed it on March 1st, 2017. Its portable design lets you play your games anywhere, and it seamlessly turns into a home console when you dock it, something that still feels magical today. Bes...
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Reviewed on 2019-03-03
It may be hard to believe, but the Nintendo Switch was released exactly two years ago today - yes, time flies. The hybrid console is one of the most popular pieces of hardware to come out of Nintendo in recent years, and so I wanted to take a look back to...
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Reviewed on 2018-09-27
By Tom Marks A year and a half after its launch, the Nintendo Switch has almost entirely lived up to the initial promise it made. While I may not have brought it out at any rooftop parties, I have played major games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the...
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Reviewed on 2018-09-20
Yes, you are getting charged for a service that was previously free, but from Nintendo's standpoint, this business model makes sense. The company couldn't charge its players for a service that lacked titles, so it had to wait until the Switch built a nice...
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Reviewed on 2018-05-17
You don't need me to tell you that the Nintendo Switch is a blockbuster success; all you need to do is look at the numbers. 13 months after its debut, Nintendo's new console has sold about 18 million units, putting the company's profits up 500% year-over-...
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Reviewed on 2017-12-19
Welcome to Cult of Mac ‘s Gadget of the Year extravaganza. Unlike some other blogs, where harassed writers get a last-minute order from the boss to come up with an end-of-year list, and then spend a half-hour writing up the first five Google results for t...
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Reviewed on 2017-11-22
Yesojo's Ojo projector is a great idea: It's a portable Nintendo Switch ($299.00 at dock that lets you project your gameplay on any wall or screen without being tethered to a wall outlet.I've spent a few days playing with a prototype of the pr...
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Reviewed on 2017-09-04
As of yesterday, the Nintendo Switch has been available at retail for six months. In that time, it's become clear that the Switch is a smashing success, at least at launch. Though we won't be able to say if it will take a place among the console greats fo...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-26
What I love: My favorite thing about the Switch is that it goes where I go. I barely have time to sit in front of my PS4 or Xbox One at home these days, but I've dumped countless hours into Breath of the Wild, Arms and Splatoon 2 on planes, subways and we...
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Reviewed on 2017-07-24
I have a PlayStation 4 Pro and an Xbox One S attached to my oversized 65-inch 4K television. I haven't touched either of them since I got my Nintendo Switch.At this point, it seems silly to enumerate all of the reasons why the Switch is great. It's not ju...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-02
Seamless transition from docked to mobile and vice versa, Zelda is as good as advertised, Lightweight design prevents fatigue from setting in, Bright and vibrant 6.2-inch display, Storage is expandable, Controls are comfortable, Just plain fun
Weak launch lineup outside of Zelda, Wrist-strap needs a redesign, Dated processor from the get-go, Only 32GB of built-in storage
When I first heard about Nintendo 's plan to build a hybrid console, I thought it was a long shot. And truthfully, it was. But I also reckoned the response to a 2-in-1 console (or 3-in-1 if you count tabletop mode, as Nintendo does) would ultimately be lu...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-29
Othello, coming to us from Arc System Works for the Nintendo Switch, feels pretty much at home on this fledgling piece of hardware that's bridging the gap between the home console and portable market. I don't think Othello will be taking the world by stor...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-21
I feel like Nintendo has been lost for a while. The runaway success of the Wii left them complacent—its very success largely bought by a fickle casual crowd that soon moved on to the next hot tech trend. When the Wii U arrived in late 2012, it was already...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-20
Nintendo's dream of hybrid gaming fully realized, Truly exciting hardware that stands out from the rest, Fairly solid launch lineup, especially with Zelda
Accessories are far too expensive, Online systems still need a lot of work, Launch feels rushed in general
I have something of a love/hate relationship with Nintendo consoles, especially in recent years. While I grew up with consoles like the Super NES, Nintendo 64, and Gamecube, in the time since then my preference has shifted to Nintendo's handhelds like the...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-16
If we're all being honest, exciting video game console launches from Nintendo are rare. Sony and Microsoft can worry about offering games that look as realistic as possible. Nintendo concerns itself first with how much fun people will have regardless of h...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-16
Nintendo is a company of many landmarks. The NES saved the home gaming industry from near-extinction in the 80s, the Wii was a cultural phenomenon whose accessible approach motivated many to try games for the first time, and the company remains the longes...
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