Nintendo Switch To Have Non Removable Battery and 5Ghz Wi-Fi


Nintendo Switch seems to be generating quite a buzz in the gaming industry in the last few months, and fans and enthusiasts alike have been waiting patiently for March 2017 to come along so that they can find out a bit more about what the Nintendo Switch has to offer.

In between there have been a ton of Nintendo leaks, and this time around though we have managed to stumble upon a credible source of information courtesy of the FCC via NeoGAF. You can click on the following link to find out about Switch’s specifications  .

For those of you who want the low down in a few simple words it appear that Nintendo Switch will have amongst other things 5 GHz WI-Fi and no removable battery as previously rumored. The patent also seems to suggest that Ehternet will be possible with an USB adaptor. There is also Bluetooth support, however there is no 3G or LTE support.

Furthermore AC Adapter input: AC 100 – 240 V, 50 / 60 Hz, 1 A” is a power brick with worldwide compatibility. This implies that the console itself may be region free.

AC Adapter output: DC 5 V – DC 15 V, 2.6 A” This denotes that the Switch’s maximum power is somewhere around 39W, this however is likely to be during charging only , and may drop down to 5V whilst playing the game.

There have been a number of different Nintendo leaks for a while now , and we are sure to get more of them as the console closes in on its release date. This time around though we have gotten some real credible info, thanks to the folks at NeoGAF.

Let us know in the comments section below about what you think about the Nintendo Switch’s impending release , and whether it will be a smashing success