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[* black] We quicklySafety first, we dispatch the battery connector and move on to removing the battery.
[* black] This li-ion cell is well-adhered with a single piece of adhesive, but pries up with a jab of a well-placed spudger
before moving on.
[* black] Unlike the [guide|36346|3DS|stepid=81181|new_window=true], the Switch is not designed for easy battery replacement. Nintendo [https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Nintendo-Switch/Specifications/Specifications-1176277.html#1|claims|new_window=true] that the internal battery cannot be removedremoved by consumers, and will instead offer a paid replacement program via their customer support.
[* black] Challenge accepted. This li-ion cell is well-adhered with a single piece of adhesive, but pries up with a jab of a well-placed spudger. So if you've got a [product|IF145-299|tri-point screwdriver|new_window=true] and the will to pry, DIY battery replacements will likely be a cheaper option.

[* black] The Switch packs a 3.7 V, 4310 mAh lithium-ion battery rated for a capacity of 16 Wh.
[* black] As a comparison,
Wh—much bigger than the [guide|11796|Wii U GamePad had a 3.7 V, 1500 mAh, 5.6 Wh battery|stepid=42195|new_window=true] which was much easier to remove than5.6 Wh battery in the Switch's. However, this comparison isn't completely fair because the Wii[guide|11796|Wii U GamePad wasn't handlingGamePad|stepid=42195|new_window=true].
[* icon_note] The Switch needs that extra juice to power
the rendering ofentire system and render the games, it simply streamed them fromgame, while the Wii UGamePad display only has to receive a stream from its base console.
[* black] We quicklySafety first, we dispatch the battery connector and move on to removing the battery.
[* black] This li-ion cell is well-adhered with a single piece of adhesive, but pries up with a jab of a well-placed spudger
before moving on.
[* black] Unlike the [guide|36346|3DS|stepid=81181|new_window=true], the Switch is not designed for easy battery replacement. Nintendo [https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Nintendo-Switch/Specifications/Specifications-1176277.html#1|claims|new_window=true] that the internal battery cannot be removedremoved by consumers, and will instead offer a paid replacement program via their customer support.
[* black] Challenge accepted. This li-ion cell is well-adhered with a single piece of adhesive, but pries up with a jab of a well-placed spudger. So if you've got a [product|IF145-299|tri-point screwdriver|new_window=true] and the will to pry, DIY battery replacements will likely be a cheaper option.

[* black] The Switch packs a 3.7 V, 4310 mAh lithium-ion battery rated for a capacity of 16 Wh.
[* black] As a comparison,
Wh—much bigger than the [guide|11796|Wii U GamePad had a 3.7 V, 1500 mAh, 5.6 Wh battery|stepid=42195|new_window=true] which was much easier to remove than5.6 Wh battery in the Switch's. However, this comparison isn't completely fair because the Wii[guide|11796|Wii U GamePad wasn't handlingGamePad|stepid=42195|new_window=true].
[* icon_note] The Switch needs that extra juice to power
the rendering ofentire system and render the games, it simply streamed them fromgame, while the Wii UGamePad display only has to receive a stream from its base console.