Nintendo’s long-rumored new Switch has arrived-this is not what many of us hoped for. still, OLED switchh is the most mature Switch to date, with a smaller frame, a new off-white base and a matching Joy-Con. The core upgrade is-shockingly-the screen: a new 7-inch OLED panel, which should provide clearer graphics when played as a handheld device. However, the resolution has not changed, so it is stretched wider than the original 6.2-inch LCD Switch.
I can complete the rest of the changes because there are not so many. There is now 64GB of internal storage space-another mature upgrade-and a wider, stronger bracket replaces the fragile plastic label on the original Switch. You can adjust it to multiple angles to get a more comfortable desktop/airplane tray table game. The new off-white base also has a built-in Ethernet port, and the core OLED switch improves the speaker. Otherwise, there will be no newer processors, and there seems to be no improvement in battery life. (The company has not yet provided any battery estimates on its official website.)
OLED Switch is not suitable for current Switch users who wish to upgrade-although I don’t doubt that some of us will buy it. It is a refined version of the original version (or I may be easily confused by the monochrome color scheme), but it seems to be specifically aimed at handheld players and they will benefit from a larger OLED screen. This is weird when the cheaper non-hybrid Switch Lite targets the same crowd.
Nintendo could have crushed the more radical rumors that it could support 4K and upgrade the powerful version of the game, but it is not the case. Because it is Nintendo, it means that it has a changeable vision for hybrid game consoles, Iconic game, Detachable controls, while ignoring Bluetooth audio support and in-game chat functions.And did not mention any changes Fix Joy-Con drift.
If you are looking for a comparison of console history, please consider that this is the GameBoy Pocket style on GameBoy, rather than the more powerful PS4 Pro to replace PS4.
Will we see a Switch Pro that supports 4K? Does it even exist? Only Nintendo knows.
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The policy may target farmers more than telephone companies.
There will soon be a major breakthrough in America’s right to repair movement.according to BloombergPresident Biden will instruct the Federal Trade Commission to draft new regulations “in the coming days” to authorize consumers to repair their equipment.
Although there are not many details about the executive order, it is reported that it lists the telephone company as a possible regulatory target. However, farmers are expected to be the main beneficiaries. At the White House briefing on Tuesday, press secretary Jen Psaki stated that the order would give them “the right to repair their equipment in the way they like.” continue reading.
This can help Roblox defend against copyright lawsuits.
Roblox is eager to close an official music deal $200 million litigation Suspected of copyright infringement. Roblox announced a partnership with Sony Music, which will bring more artists of the label to the gaming platform. The company reached a similar agreement with BMG in June, and also reached a similar agreement with Warner before that. However, it does represent Roblox’s largest music agreement to date. The remaining music giant is Universal.
The music industry sued Roblox, saying it did not do enough to prevent gamers from creating virtual speakers that play copyrighted music. continue reading.
Based on Sony’s past neck-mounted speakers (such as SRS-WS1), the company announced the launch of a new model SRS-NB10 priced at $150. Sony calls this a neckband speaker, designed for remote workers, “optimized only for your ears,” and the driver tilts upward.
This should This means that you will be the main target for podcasts and embarrassing playlists, but others in the same space may still hear what you are listening to. You will be able to answer calls, and the device can switch between two Bluetooth connections, so it can perform dual tasks with your phone and PC. The band landed in September. continue reading.
Say hello to Thor.
Verizon (Engadget’s parent company) Currently) Revealed the tactical humanitarian response, THOR-a modified Ford F650 truck. The front of the vehicle can accommodate one driver and five passengers, while the “command center” you see at the back can accommodate three people. THOR can bring 5G and satellite connections to areas where natural disasters may cause network access to be interrupted or where there is no initial connection.
When Texas was hit by an extreme cold earlier this year and the state’s independent power grid failed, many people could not use their mobile phones to access the Internet and obtain information about the situation during its development. Verizon envisions that THOR can assist first responders and the military “under almost any condition,” whether it’s the recent severe cold in Texas or the wildfires in California. continue reading.
It once again demonstrates the concept of the new tool.
Yesterday, Twitter shared four conceptual features that allow users to better control who can view, read and find their accounts, and hope to get public feedback.
“If you have a protected account and reply to people who don’t follow you, you might not know that they can’t see your reply,” Lena Emara, Twitter’s human experience designer, wrote in a post. These features can help simplify and clarify who can see your interactions. Regardless of the feedback, these concepts may never mature as features adopted by Twitter. continue reading.
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