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Ben Heck's Nintendo Switch teardown

engadget Sunday, 19 March 2017
Nintendo has a new console out, which means Ben, Karen and Felix are responding exactly as you'd expect them to: by tearing down the new Switch console and Joy Con controllers. How does it compare to a laptop or tablet computer? Is it designed fo...
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News video: The Ben Heck Show - Episode 280 - Nintendo Switch Teardown

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Ben, Karen and Felix tear down the new Nintendo Switch games console and Joy Con controllers.

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