IGN News: Nintendo Switch, the latest Nintendo console, is the latest device in the series that is designed to cater to casual gamers and those looking for a more powerful gaming machine.

The Nintendo Switch is designed as a gaming machine, but it also serves as a media hub, something that can be useful for those who don’t want to spend a lot of money on a console.

A 3.5-inch display and a touchscreen with a 720p resolution is all the Switch has to offer.

It is also the first Nintendo Switch to support a wireless charging option.

The Switch comes with a 32GB internal memory, and it is powered by a 6.2-pound battery that is powered through a USB port and includes two USB-C ports.

It also includes a USB Type-C port.

The battery is very much an afterthought, though, and there is no mention of it in the Nintendo Switch manual.

The Switch battery itself is a 3-inch screen that is bright and clear, and is the first 3-in-1 Switch system to feature an OLED screen.

The battery is only 2.5 inches across and weighs just under 5 pounds.

The screen on the Switch is a 720×1280 resolution.

It has a resolution of 1920×1080 and a pixel density of 5,400ppi.

The system uses the Switch’s Joy-Con controllers as the controls.

It supports a variety of motion controls, including a left analog stick, right analog stick and a directional pad.

The system also has two buttons on the side of the system.

A button on the back of the Switch allows users to access the menu system, the app store, the home screen, and more.

It will also show a home screen that can access games and apps.

The Joy-Cons have a 4.2 pound weight.

The Joy-Covers are just under 2.2 pounds, but are still relatively light.

The buttons on top of the Joy-Cords are not included.

The main Switch dock features a USB 3.1 Type-A port, HDMI, SD Card reader, USB-CS, and microUSB charging port.

There is also a microSD card slot on the top of this dock.

The dock has an HDMI port, but no Ethernet port.

It features a microUSB connector that is able to charge the Switch and other Switch devices through the wall.

It also has a micro HDMI connector that can play video and audio from an HDMI cable.

The micro HDMI cable is attached to the dock and is not connected to the Joy Covers.

The docking system does not include an Ethernet port or USB 3 and USB 2.0 ports.

The dock has one USB-A 3.0 port, which is connected to an adapter for the Joy Joy- Covers that is also attached to one of the docking stations.