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- Product Dimensions: 1.4 x 1.1 x 4 inches ; 1.7 Kg
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
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Nintendo Switch 32 GB - Neon Red and Blue
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- 32 Gb internal Storage,Portable Screen Inch : 6.2,Battery life to 6 hours ,Portable screen Res : 1280 X 720
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Nintendo handheld gaming system can be connected wirelessly to the Internet. This Nintendo portable gaming system sports a multicolor finish. Nintendo Switch opens the door to new gaming possibilities. The right Joy Con controller of the device has an IR motion camera to detect the distance, movement, and shape of nearby objects in specially designed gaming titles. Designed to go wherever you do, this system transforms from a home console to one the go gaming rig in a snap. The mobility of a handheld device is now added to the power of a home gaming machine, with revolutionary new play styles brought to life by two Joy Con controllers. In addition to offering you single and multiplayer thrills at home, Nintendo Switch immerses you into a superior 5.1 channel surround sound to complete your gaming experience. Available in a multicolor finish, Nintendo Switch uses WiFi connectivity to give you wireless Internet access.
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My first impression of the console was, wow, this thing is little. The joy cons are actually tiny. I'm a full size adult. But I slid the joy cons onto the sides of the tablet portion of the console and powered it up, created a Nintendo account (on my phone), signed in and did an update to the console and controllers. Neither took long. I never once used the touch screen and it took all of a minute for me to acclimate to the size and shape of the controls. It feels good even with full size hands which was surprising.
Next I popped in the physical copy of Super Mario Odyssey that I preordered alongside my new console. I can't believe how tiny the game cards are, even smaller than 3DS cards. Anyways, the game was ready within a minute or 2, which is a huge relief from the long installs on a lot of PS4/Xbone games. The game fired up fast and runs great, and I played it for quite a while in portable mode before realizing, hey, I could be playing this on my TV.
That's a big point, because the portable mode feels almost completely natural with no restrictions. This is truly the game changing feature it's marketed as. Playing the game with the entire system in your hands makes the Switch's versatility a huge added benefit vs. other consoles. The screen looks fantastic and definitely not too small. Granted you're dealing with significantly less technical power than other consoles, but the Switch makes up for it with polish. Everything I've done so far has worked excellent, and I can't wait to explore more of the Switch library.
I never imagined that coming from gaming on the big screen to this would feel so good, but the Nintendo Switch is probably now the easiest recommendation I could make to anyone looking for a new game console.
The games that are out aren't really that great because most of them are really bad ports either from PC or other consoles. This is okay if you like limited battery life and crappy ports. The Switch itself is just a gaming console, there is no netflix, hulu, facebook etc.. I guess this is because they dont want to have any security exploits, but that really limits the use of the console. Online isn't free and that isn't a surprise nowadays and for $20 a year that isn't bad, but the fact that some of their biggest games don't support cloud saves is unacceptable. The online connection is also a pile because its P2P. The switch isn't for you if you take gaming seriously and what I mean is that if you only like to play a game every once in a while then this is for you, but if you comettivly play games online then don't buy this.