The Nintendo Switch is, basically, a game console made out of smartphone parts. The quad-core Nvidia Tegra X1 ARM SoC would be right at home in a smartphone or tablet, along with the 4GB of RAM, a 720p touchscreen, and a 4310mAh battery. Really, the only things that make the Switch a game console are the sweet slide-on controllers and the fact that it is blessed … [Read more...] about Turning the Nintendo Switch into Android’s best gaming hardware
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The new and improved Switch allows you to play up to nine hours before needing a recharge. You can play it in TV, tabletop, and handheld modes. It costs more, but it works with every Switch game and you'll be able do more with it than you can with the Switch Lite. $300 at Amazon - Coming Soon! Pros Up to 9 hours of battery Works with all Switch games Tabletop mode TV mode … [Read more...] about Nintendo Switch Lite vs. New Switch: Which one should you get?
When reports emerged of a lower-cost Nintendo Switch that wouldn't have detachable Joy-Con controllers and couldn't plug into a TV, my son had one question. What's the point of a Switch that doesn't Switch? Good question. But that's exactly what Nintendo is releasing on Sept. 20. The Nintendo Switch Lite is handheld-only and costs $200. (UK and Australian pricing is … [Read more...] about Nintendo Switch Lite is smaller, cheaper, and handheld only
The tools you needEmulation is best done on the newest, fastest Raspberry Pi, because even old games require a lot of processing power. However, for the time being we're recommending the Raspberry Pi 3 for this project, not the just-released Raspberry Pi 3 B+. The 3 B+ is a little more powerful and has improved wireless connectivity, but not all operating systems, including our … [Read more...] about How to turn a Raspberry Pi into a game console
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