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Nintendo revealed their innovative console on the go named Nintendo Switch and you can pre-order it now. Official Launch will be on March 3rd and here you can see the specs of this product:
Nintendo Switch is made to be a tablet-like device, with 6.2-inch multi-touch capacitive touch screen and resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. The built-in storage is 32GB, but you can easily expand storage space using microSDXC cards. Battery life of this device is usually measured up to 6+ hours but will vary depending on the software and usage conditions.
The package also includes:
- Nintendo Switch Dock with 2 USB 2.0 ports on the front and AC adapter port, USB Port and HDMI port on the back
- Left and Right Joy‑Con™ controllers with motion controls and HD rumble-advanced vibration
- 2 Joy Con Wrist Straps
- High-Speed HDMI™ Cable
- Nintendo Switch AC Adapter
- Joy-Con Grip, so you can combine both Joy‑Con into a traditional-style controller
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This is the perfect portable console, with a decent battery life. You can connect it to any TV with HDMI cable and play games the traditional way, or you can use it as a tablet (with Joy Cons connected to the tablet or not if you want to play single or with a friend). You can also play while charging the device like any other mobile device. And, you can connect your device over WiFi and play with a maximum of 8 other Switch consoles for local multiplayer gaming or you can play online with other gamers.
There is still not enough games since the launch, but we shall see what is going to happen in the next few months.
The suggested price on their website is $299, and you can choose between gray console or gray/red/blue color combo console, and there you can find all the information regarding pre-orders.
Whether this device will meet its expectations is yet to be seen. All in all Nintendo fans are happy with what they know so far. As most of them, we will draw our final verdict once the devices start shipping and we get one in hand.
Watch the full presentation here: