A review of the Nintendo Switch console, a virtual console capable of using a gamepad or a motion sensor to control your favorite game and TV, is out this week.
The Nintendo Switch, Nintendo’s new handheld console, is set to be launched in Japan on June 26, and the company is expecting sales of about 4 million units by the end of the year.
But what exactly is the Switch?
And is it a real console?
To understand the Switch, we need to look at the Switch’s specs.
The Switch, which costs about $299 for the base model, comes with a 2GHz dual-core processor, 64GB of memory, a 6.2-inch screen and a 1,280 x 720 resolution.
It also has an optional Joy-Con peripheral that lets you play a variety of games on the console’s display.
The Switch comes with an optional wireless controller that can also be used to interact with the system.
The Joy-Cons also support a wide range of different controllers, including Wii MotionPlus controllers, but you’ll have to wait for the system to ship with the full set of controllers in order to get them.
The console also has a number of additional peripherals that you might want to consider.
You can get an optional microSD card, an extra battery, and a wireless adapter that allows you to plug your Wii U controller into the Switch.
The controller also comes with two HDMI cables that can be used with your TV or monitor.
The Joy-cons are the only accessories included with the Switch and they’re priced at $99.
They’re the cheapest of any of the Switch accessories that Nintendo released with the launch of the system in 2016.
That’s about $50 cheaper than the Nintendo Wii U, which launched in the same price range.
There’s one thing that the Switch has going for it: It’s a true console.
The system supports the latest 3D and Virtual Reality, which means you’ll be able to play a lot of video games in VR and on the big screen without needing a 4K TV.
The other major selling point of the console is the Nintendo logo that’s etched onto the top of the device.
The logo is designed to symbolize the Nintendo brand, and it’s one of the best-known logos in the world, so it’s a natural fit for the Switch console.
The Nintendo Switch will also come with a built-in microphone, an IR blaster, and an IR wireless controller, so you’ll definitely want to have one if you’re interested in making use of the new functionality.
Nintendo says the Switch can play some games at up to 60 frames per second.
The hardware also supports 4K video, but there’s a caveat: It can’t output 4K videos at 60 frames a second.
For a gaming experience to look crisp and clear, you’ll want to play in 4K.