Why Nintendo’s new home console will be a hit

Posted October 12, 2018 07:09:51When the Nintendo Switch was announced last year, one of its biggest selling points was the ability to play a Nintendo Switch title on the TV in the living room.

Now, the company is launching the new Nintendo Switch Console as an entertainment center, where players can access and play games and TV shows.

The new console will offer an impressive set of features, including an all-new HDMI port, 3D display, and an HDMI cable.

It will also support HDMI-CEC, the new standard that allows games and content to connect directly to the console.

Here’s how the new Switch console will work.

The console is an all new design, with all of the familiar elements like a physical controller, a remote, and a backlit touchpad.

The main controller is a slightly curved, 3-inch screen with an image of the Switch logo on it.

The Switch console uses a smaller 3-in-1 form factor, and it’s built with the new HDMI-to-DVI adapter standard in mind.

It’s available in a number of sizes, but you’ll want to go with the large-format, 16GB model.

You’ll also need a TV to play games, but that’s easy enough.

The system also has a remote control, a USB-C port, and even a built-in speaker.

That’s a big deal, because the Switch is designed to run off the HDMI port on a TV, so you’ll need to plug it in with an HDMI-ready HDMI cable and stick your game controller into it.

There are a few other different accessories, like a USB charger and a Joy-Con grip, that can be attached to the front of the console, or attached to a USB port on the side.

That means that, when the system is turned on, it’ll run on its own without needing to be plugged in.

The USB port can also be used for charging, and Nintendo says the Switch can also stream a video to a TV using the HDMI cable from the Switch console.

The console has a new display, but it’s a new one.

The standard-definition TV we’ve been seeing in the home is a standard LCD display, which is pretty standard in today’s TV landscape.

The old Nintendo Switch TV didn’t support D-sub, so it couldn’t be used with a Nintendo 3DS or Wii U. But now, the Switch’s new HDMI port lets you connect a D-Sub-compatible TV to the system.

So you’ll be able to stream TV shows from the Wii U or 3DS on the Switch.

The D-A converter for the TV will work, and the Switch will support DVR, so when you watch your favorite shows on the Nintendo 3D TV, it will be stored on the console instead of your TV.

It also supports HDMI-DCP, which lets you play games using the latest standards that will also work with the Switch in the future.

As for the new controller, it’s made of a different material than the older controllers.

The back of the Joy-Cons uses a material called Corning Gorilla Glass.

The screen is made of plastic and the buttons are made of glass.

The TV itself is made from glass, so Nintendo says that it’s also the strongest material for the Switch yet.

The new Switch has a built in HDMI-capable HDMI cable, so if you have a 3-foot HDMI cable you can plug it into the Switch, and if you want to use the new TV as a gaming console, you’ll also be able use the HDMI-compatible HDMI cable with the TV.

The controller is also USB-A compatible, so that you can charge the system using USB-cable, or you can use a USB hub to connect to a charging station.

The Switch will launch on October 12 for $299.99.

Nintendo will sell it through a number different retailers, and its release date will be announced later this year.