Why Nintendo Switch will be awesome and what you need to know

It was announced that Nintendo would be releasing a Nintendo Switch console in 2018.

The announcement came at the end of the year and since then, rumors have been swirling about the console’s launch date.

The Nintendo Switch is expected to launch in 2018 and will be released in a bundle with a Nintendo 3DS.

What you need the most to know about the Nintendo Switch:The Nintendo Switch, the latest version of Nintendo’s gaming console, will feature a smaller version of the Switch’s OLED display that’s smaller than the Nintendo 3D display.

It will also have smaller battery capacity.

The Switch is also expected to be able to play older games at up to 60 frames per second and to offer better visuals at lower resolution.

Nintendo Switch is a console that is smaller than Nintendo 3Ds and will likely feature smaller battery and lower performance.

It’ll be available for $399 for a bundle including a 3DS and an NES Classic.

The Nintendo 3ds XL, the 3DS XL’s successor, is expected in 2018 for $349.

This is the same price as the Nintendo NES Classic, which is also currently available for about $400.

Nintendo Switch also has a bigger display than the 3ds, and it will likely be available in 2018 as well.

In 2018, the Nintendo Nintendo 3d will also launch for $299.

This will be a slight upgrade over the 3d XL.

The Switch has a new wireless charging system, so it will support the Qi wireless standard.

Nintendo has also announced that it is expanding its wireless charging capabilities, adding a Qi wireless charging station in its retail stores.

Nintendo will be launching its first Nintendo Switch game console in 2019.

The console will include two Joy-Con controllers and two Joystick controllers.

The Joy-Cons are made by Joy-Star and will work with the Nintendo NX headset.

Nintendo will also release a controller for its 3DS family of games in 2019 for $129.

The controllers will be made by Nintendo and will include a dual-trigger option.

Nintendo is also releasing a Switch accessory for the Nintendo DS family of titles.