The Nintendo Switch OLED may not be the 4K console , but the incremental upgrade still offers a . When the , it will boast a larger 7-inch OLED display; a wider kickstand with more viewing angles and improved stability; 64GB of internal storage; and a redesigned TV dock with wired LAN support.
"The white dock and black dock will be sold separately (no HDMI cable, no AC adapter, not in a package) on the Nintendo online store," Nintendo said in a statement. "It will not be sold at retail."
It's a minor upgrade, but the new dock's hardwired Ethernet port could make a difference to Switch owners who mainline online multiplayer games -- nothing ruins a game oflike finicky Wi-Fi. The updated dock also looks a little nicer, with slightly rounded corners and a white option.
Nintendo didn't say how much the new dock would cost, but it currently sells the original Switch dock for $59.99 on the Nintendo online store.
The new Nintendo Switch dock isn't the only way to add Ethernet support to the original Switch: The console is compatible with most generic USB Ethernet dongles, and there's already an officially licensed Nintendo Switch LAN adapter that sells for about $30. Still, if you want a taste of the upgraded Nintendo Switch OLED without replacing your original console, you'll have an option.