The upcoming 2017 gaming tablet Nintendo Switch (HAC-001) have been FCC approved during Xmas on December 25th and 26th, and this time it’s the actual Nintendo Switch tablet and not the controllers or docking for it that have been FCC approved.
The Nintendo Switch will be one of the most talked about tablets of 2017, and Amazon have made a store listing for Nintendo Switch already because of it, even though it it’s not due for launch in March or at least with the chance to pre-order it from then on.
The Nintendo Switch specs I found in the FCC approval documents are not the juiciest yet, but it’s a start. Official Nintendo Switch (HAC-001) specs now include dual-band 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi with MIMO With lots of focus on the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It also has a non-replaceable 3.7 V battery, and this gaming tablet or console was tested with the Switch-series HAC-001 Nintendo game card, HAC-002 Nintendo AC adapter, Nintendo headphones, and a 8GB microSD card from Panasonic, as well as the Switch controllers and docking HAC-015 and HAC-016.
The newest gaming tablet to be launched onto the market lately is the new octa-core WinkPax G1.
– Tom Bowen