By now, most gamers know that the Nintendo 3DS is the most popular handheld gaming console of all time.
But for those who don’t know, Nintendo’s latest handheld is a much more powerful machine.
It’s been upgraded with a new touchscreen and a larger battery, which means it’s much more capable of gaming at higher resolutions.
While the Switch 2 has a much lower battery capacity, it still manages to play games at 1080p and 60fps.
This makes the Switch 3 a very capable portable console, but the Switch 4 doesn’t have the same graphical prowess as the Switch 1.
The Switch 4, on the other hand, is a portable console that’s capable of playing games at resolutions up to 1440p and up to 120fps.
While these specs are pretty impressive, they don’t quite compare to the power of the Nintendo 5, which is also a handheld console.
If you need to charge your Switch, there’s a USB-C charging dock on the back of the Switch that can charge the device for up to 30 minutes on a single charge.
You can also add a 3.5mm jack to this charging dock, which will allow you to charge a Switch using either USB Type-C or Type-A, depending on whether you have a Switch 2 or Switch 3.