More than six hours battery life is possible when using Switch for less taxing tasks.
Let's start with how the thing actually feels. The PlayStation 4 has been available to buy in the United Kingdom since November 2013, and has dropped in price dramatically since the initial release. The joy that accompanies having your very own screen for this endeavor is a great selling point, too, as the portability of the hardware gives way to the personal preferences of fans hoping to take in games without cutting down on their screen size. You can find other PS4 deals here.
Good Smile Company's Mikatan's latest blog entry focuses entirely on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Nendoroid.
With that in mind, accessory manufacturer Hori is set to launch a range of Nintendo Switch-branded Micro SD cards. Plus, there are various other add-ons that hardcore gamers will require.
Unfortunately, this doesn't really transfer over to the game's console mode. Most microSD cards will do, but it seems that Nintendo wants to turn bigger profits from consumers who don't realize that this is the case.
The official Nintendo website has posted the technical details of the Nintendo Switch, including the dock and the Joy-Cons. This means that your games are no longer tied to your TV, allowing you to play games like Zelda: Breath of the Wild and MarioKart 8 Deluxe Edition when travelling to work, or on long journeys, for example.
The tech specs reveal a battery capacity of 4310mAh, with the note: "The internal battery can not be removed".
Of course, in terms of graphics, the PS4 wins: the sheer power of the console can't compete with the Switch, and when combined with rumours that the upcoming Federation Internationale de Football Association game for Switch will be based on the PS3/Xbox 360 variant rather than the PS4/Xbox One variant says it all - although we'll compare in more detail as more Switch/PS4 games are released. However, some gamers were concerned when Nintendo revealed that the console itself was going to be coming with just a meager 32GB of internal memory.
It is also unclear whether the Nintendo Switch battery falls under the initial product warranty or not.
The aforementioned Joy-Con controllers are also surprisingly slim, in order to streamline the bulk of the tablet-like core of the Switch.