How much is the Nintendo switch OLED?
Nintendo just announced the Nintendo Switch OLED model, a new Switch console that will be available on October 8 and cost $350. gearpatrol.comThere's a New OLED Nintendo Switch, Here's What You Should Know
Is the switch OLED the switch pro?
Nintendo Switch (OLED) is a new model in the Nintendo Switch family. The upgraded console, previously dubbed as the 'Switch Pro' before the announcement, will feature a larger 7-inch OLED screen, a wider adjustable base stand, enhanced audio, 64GB of internal storage, and a wired LAN port in the dock. IGNNintendo Switch OLED Model: Release Date, Preorders, FAQ, Specs, and More - IGN
How much is the Nintendo Switch Pro?
However, Nintendo has suddenly dropped the announcement trailer for the Nintendo Switch Pro, aka the Nintendo Switch OLED Model. The Nintendo Switch Pro release date is October 8, with it retailing for $349.99. Game RantNintendo Switch Pro Release Date, Specs, Price, and More Announced
Is the new switch 4k?
The display is a little bigger, and the storage is double, but the console still lacks the 4K output players have clamored for. After months of fan speculation, Nintendo today confirmed rumors that a new Switch console is on the way. WIREDThe New Nintendo OLED Switch Is a Small but Punchy Upgrade
Those features include...well, just one major thing, which is the addition of a LAN port, which will be fantastic news to anyone having to rely on a slow and/or patchy wi-fi connection. It also has rounded corners, which look a little nicer, and may also contribute to fewer scratched screens if you ever had to suffer from that particular issue.
If you’re just joining us, the new Switch—officially named the Nintendo Switch (OLED Model)—is internally pretty much unchanged, aside from a doubling of its internal storage capacity from 32GB to 64GB, and will both display and output to TVs at the same resolutions. Most of the improvements come on the outside, with a newer and bigger screen measuring 7 inches, an increase from the original Switch’s 6.2 inches.
There’s also, perhaps most exciting of all from a purely practical standpoint, a vastly-improved kickstand, which now runs all the way across the back of the console instead of sticking out like a wobbly, precarious little fin.
It’ll be $350, and is out on October 8.
Read full article at Kotaku
06 July, 2021 - 07:00pm
06 July, 2021 - 07:00pm