The surprising news though is that the console's custom NVidia Tegra X1 processor will apparently run SIXTY percent slower when out and about, most likely to save on battery life.
Over at Argos, you can "register your interest" by following a link on this Nintendo Switch Pre-Order page, presumably at which point you'll be emailed at 6AM when we suspect most pre-orders will go live. We're told that the Nintendo of America flagship Nintendo store in NY will be able to take the pre-orders from 9AM, but only while stocks last. But that's apparently just the start of the Switch-related news we can expect over the next couple of days.
We'll know soon enough! If you're dead-set on making a reservation you may even want to start queueing up now. Now, this super cool!
The Nintendo Switch Event starts from 11pm EST on Thursday for U.S. fans.
Maybe I'm wrong, but even with a stellar lineup, I can not see a group of my friends gathering on a roof to play video games on a tiny screen using little Joy Con controllers. Also can be attached to the tablet.More news: NFL Network's Good Morning Football Breaks Down Connor Cook
So, now let's talk about power.
The company mentioned that the devices will be received by the customers in March. Of course, this is considering that the Switch may actually directly compete with the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4. The 6.2-inch screen will reportedly have 720p resolution. Some sources say the Switch will cost as little as $250, though that rumor was quashed quite quickly.
Finally, on the hardware side, we should get a better sense of how powerful the console is during the presentation.
Naturally, Nintendo is yet to confirm the leaked games lineup and release date, however it appears more has been established about Mario Kart.