In the weeks since the announcement of the Switch’s first hardware reveal, many of us have been anxiously awaiting Nintendo’s reveal of the console itself.
A few days ago, we finally got our hands on the Switch hardware, and with it the promise of a truly massive new gaming experience that is completely unrivaled in the gaming industry.
With the announcement, Nintendo made its first hardware announcement in almost two years.
Now we have our first look at the Switch Pro Controller, a fully featured controller that’s powered by the Switch platform, allowing gamers to play on the go.
The Switch Pro controller uses an HDMI 1.4a connector, which is the same HDMI that powers the Switch console.
It’s also a HDMI 1 and 3.5b port, meaning it supports up to 3K resolutions.
We’ve also got a full-size, detachable Joy-Con that can be attached to the front of the Joy-Cons, allowing players to use both the Pro Controller and Joy-Controllers at the same time.
This is also a big step up from the JoyCon of old, which had a single Joy-Pad attached to a single controller.
The Switch Pro is made of a premium ABS plastic with a metal base.
There are also three buttons and two triggers on the top, plus a rubberized grip that’s removable.
The controller itself is made from the same kind of plastic that Nintendo used to make its Switch handhelds, and it has a large, thick PCB, which allows it to be easily detachable.
It has a 2.5D magnet system to protect the Switch, so it doesn’t move in any way while it’s on your lap.
The buttons are on the back of the controller, so there’s no need to press them to interact with the JoyCons.
The Joy-con are located on the left side of the top face of the device, and the Pro is on the right side.
They’re both designed to be used as a one-handed gaming device.
The Pro can be tilted and turned while it is held in your hand, and a two-button press on the Pro triggers a small joystick.
The Joy-Cards, meanwhile, are on either side of a plastic pad that sits below the Pro controller.
Both of these pads are made of plastic, so they’re not slippery or scratchy, but it’s nice to have them on the pad side of things.
The Pro is also made of metal, and when you use the Pro on a Joy-CON pad, it’s going to feel a bit like using a Switch, but with the Pro’s buttons and triggers.
The joy-con buttons are set on the edge of the pad, so you can press one to move the Pro along the gamepad’s vertical axis, while the other to hold it down.
When the Pro detects the game pad is moving, it will automatically flip the Pro over and push it forward, which will make it more responsive and easier to use.
When it comes to the Switch controller, it has an angled back that’s designed to allow the JoyCards to be placed on either the left or right sides of the game console.
This also makes it easier to play with your kids or with your friends on the couch.
Nintendo says that it has the most natural feel of the entire Switch, and there are no switches or triggers that feel awkward or heavy.
This means you can move the Joy Cards in a comfortable way without having to lift or push the controller against your neck.
There are also two triggers and two sticks on the side of this controller.
There’s a rubber bump on the bottom of the Pro to protect it from bumps and scratches.
Nintendo claims that this rubber bump can withstand up to 2,000 hits from the Switch in normal gameplay.
The rest of the design is entirely new.
The sides of this Joy-pad are flat, while on the sides of each Joy-Card there are four small circular holes.
This allows for two Joy-Pads to be attached together, so both of them can be used simultaneously.
The top of the pads is lined with two small, round holes.
The rubber bump is also angled to allow for one of the sides to be raised to accommodate the Joy Card in a more comfortable way.
The holes on the Joy Con are set so that the Pro and Joy Cords can be easily attached together.
The bottom of each of the four Joy-cards has a rubber ring to protect them from scratches and bumps.
These buttons are designed to work with Joy-Lands, which are small flat discs that sit on the underside of the two Joy Cables.
The ring on the rear of the buttons is designed to provide a slight lift when you press them.
The buttons on the outside of the back are also made from a different material, but they’re designed to have a much more natural feel, which means they feel less awkward to press when they’re pressed.
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