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The Switch is a supplier of megawatt-class permanent magnet generator and full-power converter packages.

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Alexa global traffic share

Ars Technica

GameStop expects the Switch to be hard to find through 2017

Earnings Gaming
Ars Technica , The Verge , TechCrunch , +3

Report: Nintendo is fixing disconnecting Joy-Cons with conductive foam

CNET

Nintendo Switch: How Nintendo fixed the Joy-Con desync issue

The Verge , Business Insider , Ars Technica

Nintendo says Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon video ‘will come in time’ to the Switch

Ars Technica

Don’t read too much into the Switch’s successful launch numbers

Earnings Gaming
TechCrunch

The Nintendo Switch’s left Joy-Con connection issues are hardware related

The Verge , Business Insider , GSMArena.com

The Switch broke Nintendo’s sales records (in the Americas, at least)

The Verge

Ultra Street Fighter II will cost $40 on the Switch, and that’s ridiculous

Business Insider

I spent 48 hours with Nintendo's new game console, the Switch — here's what it's like

The Verge

We still don’t know how the Switch will be handling digital purchases

The Guardian

Classic Nintendo: there's already a game too big for the Switch hard drive

@ruhanirabin via The Verge

The first look at the Switch’s software comes from a early preorder accident

The Verge

Forget the Switch: Nintendo still can’t stock 3DS, 3DS XL, and NES Classic

TNW

Marketing the TNW Way #18: Making the switch to HTTPS

Adweek

In Its Super Bowl Debut, Nintendo Introduces Its Newest Gaming System, the Switch

VentureBeat

Nintendo will air its first-ever Super Bowl ad to support the launch of the Switch console

CNET , Business Insider

Nintendo's Fils-Aime: The Switch won't oust the 3DS

@ruhanirabin via The Verge

Nvidia’s leaked Shield Portable is the Switch competitor we may never see

Wired

Nintendo's Boss Promises the Switch Won't Have the NES Classic's Supply Issues

CNET

I loved playing with the Switch, but Nintendo needs to get its act together