The Nintendo Switch is coming to the UK and the US on December 10th and 11th respectively.
Both the UK edition and the European edition will have a price tag of £199 and £249 respectively, and you can pre-order one at a discounted price of £179.99.
The US version of the Switch will be available for pre-purchase from the Nintendo Store and retailers including Best Buy, Walmart, GameStop, Target, Best Buy and Best Buy stores.
In terms of hardware, the Switch has a 6th generation Nintendo 3DS XL.
It also features a DualShock 4, a 3.5mm headset jack, a MicroSD slot for up to 128GB of storage, an HDMI out port and USB Type-C port.
The Switch comes with a microSD slot, and can also be used to add additional storage to your SD card or SD card reader.
The Switch comes standard with a 7.9″ touchscreen with the Joy-Con controllers.
It can also connect to a TV, monitor, game console, projector and more, but there’s a caveat to that.
You have to plug the Switch into a HDMI port on the TV or projector, and that’s it.
The Joy-Cons can also act as a Bluetooth headset for a more portable experience, but this is a more expensive option.
While the Switch is the first Nintendo console to feature an HDMI port, we’re yet to see the Switch support HDMI-out as a standard.
The Nintendo 3ds XL had an HDMI-Out port in the console back in 2013, but the lack of support in 2017 means that you won’t be able to plug it into an HDMI adapter, nor do you get a separate power cord for the Switch.
We’re still waiting on a proper HDMI port for the console, though.
It’s worth mentioning that the Switch isn’t the first console to support the new 3DS system, either.
The New Nintendo 3rd Generation XL came with a 3DS mini controller in 2017, and the PS Vita Mini had a similar setup in 2018.
But while the Switch and PS Vita have a 3D Touch screen, the Nintendo Switch has an 8-inch touchscreen that works with a stylus, not the new stylus on the PS Vue.
The Nintendo Switch also comes with NFC, which means it can be used with NFC payments on other devices such as Samsung Pay, Apple Pay, Google Pay and Microsoft Pay.
It works with most mobile payment apps such as PayPal and Stripe, as well as some Android Pay cards.
It’s also compatible with a lot of existing credit cards, including Visa, MasterCard and Discover.
The Joy-Corsa 3DS has a built-in accelerometer, but it’s not particularly accurate.
There’s no way to measure how much you’re moving or the speed of your motion, so you’ll have to rely on the games you play.
It has the same gamepad as the Joystick, which is a great thing for those who play games with motion controls, but doesn’t mean you’re going to want to use it for that.
There are a lot more accessories on offer for the Nintendo 3D Switch.
There are USB Type C ports for charging, and there’s also a MicroUSB port for charging the Switch in your smartphone or tablet.
There aren’t many additional ports for wireless charging, but you can also use a Lightning cable for charging.
The main Nintendo Switch accessory is the Joy Switch Joy-Pad.
The controller is made of plastic, and it feels like it could break if you drop it.
It feels sturdy enough, and has a nice solid feel to it, so it won’t cause you any problems if you use it on the wrong gamepad.
The pad has a small, curved tip, and since it’s made of metal it feels very good to the touch.
The rest of the Joy Joy-Cs are fairly similar to their PS Vita counterparts, but some are slightly more comfortable to use.
They’re a bit thicker and a little less grippy, and they have a slightly higher-quality feel to them.
The buttons on the Joy Cons are the same as the ones on the 3DS.
The PS Vita is one of the most popular Switch games.
While the Switch’s Joy-con controllers have a bigger footprint, it’s still possible to play it without the Joy Controllers on the Switch if you don’t want to add them.
There is also a separate dock for using the Joy Pad in a smartphone or a tablet, and one that supports the PlayStation Camera for 3D games.