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Discussion in 'Switch - Console, Accessories and Hardware' started by Metoroid0, Jan 27, 2017.
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Nintendo Switch console
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102mm x 239mm x 13.9mm (with Joy-Con attached)
Please note: 28.4mm at the thickest, from the tips of the analogue sticks to the ZL/ZR Button protrusions.
(With Joy-Con controllers attached: 398g)
Capacitive touch screen / 6.2 inch LCD / 1280x720 resolution
NVIDIA customised Tegra processor
Please note: a portion of this internal memory is reserved for use by the system.
Wireless LAN (IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac compliant) / Bluetooth 4.1 (TV mode only. A wired LAN connection is possible through the use of a commercially available wired LAN adapter.)
Maximum resolution: 1920x1080, 60 fps
Please note: output via HDMI cable in TV mode. In tabletop mode and handheld mode, the maximum resolution is 1280x720, which matches the screen resolution.
Supports linear PCM 5.1ch
Please note: output via HDMI cable in TV mode.
USB Type-C terminal
Used for charging or for connecting to the Nintendo Switch dock.
Headphone mic. jack
Game card slot
Exclusively for Nintendo Switch game cards.
microSD card slot
Compatible with microSD, microSDHC and microSDXC memory cards.
Please note: an update via an internet connection is required to use microSDXC memory cards.
Accelerometer / gyroscope / brightness sensor
Temperature: 5 - 35°C / Humidity: 20 - 80%
Lithium ion battery / battery capacity 4310mAh
Please note: the internal battery cannot be removed. If the battery needs to be replaced, we plan to offer paid replacement via Nintendo Customer Support.
Battery life can last for more than six hours, but will vary depending on the software and usage conditions.
For example, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild can be played for roughly three hours on a single charge.
3 hours approx.
Please note: this is the time taken to charge while the console is in sleep mode.
Aspects such as the non-removable battery was also confirmed previously, even if it's not an ideal state of affairs. The microSD section also confirms the inevitable - a day one firmware update.
Does anything there stand out to you?
Spoilers not working right? Close enough.
So the hacking hour starts with this update?
great to know that i can't store it on my freezer or oven :/
anyway, heh, there is barely anything new that we didn't already know... no specs like ram, cpu...
i wonder how does this turns in most countries that don't even have a dedicated nintendo website.. i know this is the future, but nintendo so far keep up with easily replaceable batteries in their devices so far, even the wii as a screw to easily replace the clock battery!
AND PLEASE GBATEMP, LET'S NOT TALK ABOUT THE BROWSER\HAX IN HERE, if you do, congrats, you are a shithead.
I kid, I kid.
YUSSSSSS IT HAS BLUETOOTH
of course has blue tooths, nintendo likes to drink the blue thing from toilets
bluetooth is to communicate with joycons. (like the wii and wii u did with the wiimotes)
1080p60 docked, 720p60 tablet. YEEE
Let us know when the REAL specs have been revealed. The specs here have been known since fox comm leaked them in December. Thought this thread was going to be about the cpu, gpu and ram. I am disappointed, thanks to the crappy topic title.
Here is the direct link to Nintendo's website: https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Nintendo-Switch/Specifications/Specifications-1176277.html
Still no new info here, except again it can't be a X1 because it's customized.
the 60fps and the wireless ac support is new to me, but everything else was either already known or just assumed (audio, for instance). Nice consolidation of knowledge tho.
Indeed, just reported the OP to include the direct link. The nintendo site also has the info formatted in a much better way..
seriously though, not much new info that wasn't guessed or leaked before. Hopefully this is a better success story compared to the Wii U.
This doesn't really tell us much. I'll be looking froward to the hardware breakdowns around launch week.
Question: This Wireless connection can be of 5GHz?
According to FCC filings, yes. MIMO 5GHz WiFi is supported
EDIT: Also the link to the filings
Nintendo uses Bluetooth.
Sony (PS3 and PS4) use Bluetooth. PlayStation Vita also uses Bluetooth.
Microsoft (Xbox 360 and Xbox One) uses proprietary.
One of these things is not like the others. One of these things, isn't the same.
Xbox One controllers moved to Bluetooth in addition to the ~2.4GHz proprietary signal they use for the console. Not that I mind, the Xbox controllers are gold if you just find a receiver from somewhere (PC + Steam Link work nicely on third party adapters too)
Yeah, Bluetooth is the best.
Interesting, not too shabby
Edit: Removed last post because I thought the CPU, RAM, GPU specs were included, my bad XD
Any minute now...