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That's incredibly clever, if that's what Nintendo has done but it's more likely their need to keep costs as low possible so that they could profit on the controllers, accessories and console after the Wii U and 3DS lost them so much money.
It doesn't lend itself to a long shelf life but they didn't expect the Switch to be a hit and now they are stuck with faulty hardware, much like the 360 of old and the early DS models with their rubbish hinges that would break.

Putting out new versions will be great but the vast majority will stick to the original faulty controllers that they got with the system in order to save money.

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