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The best Nintendo Switch stand yet is an expensive iPhone dock

The best Nintendo Switch stand yet is an expensive iPhone dock

Wiggling our foot or placing our hand in our lap was still enough to cause problems with the controller- and that was after we followed Nintendo's advice to move the Switch away from other wireless devices and put the console in front of our TV instead of behind it. Initial sales on this have been phenomenal.

Win a new Nintendo Switch and a Nintendo NES Classic in two exclusive I4U News Giveaways. Rumor has it that Nintendo will hopefully double production in order to meet the overwhelming demand for the console. This is why according to The Next Web, Nintendo only originally planned to produce 8 million Nintendo Switch units for 2017.

But if you've been dying for a Nintendo Switch to call your own, there's some relief in store.


What has changed recently is that various people have opened up the Switch and the Joy-Cons to see how this new console is configured. It is been strongly recommended that the customer who is willing to purchase a Nintendo Switch, Nintendo NES Classic Edition to visit the stores as early as possible for this stock may also evaporate off soon. GameStop on Friday announced it will be getting new shipments of Nintendo's new $300 console and expects a fresh supply to hit shelves around March 22. Spending on hardware, software, and accessories dropped 21% from January 29 to compared with February 2016 sales, according to new data from research firm NPD.

For those gamers out there who want to get the Switch but will likely be unable to get one in time once they are back inside GameStop stores, they will be glad to know that more units are reportedly set to be produced over the next year. In total, the company is looking to sell some 10 million units every month. That way, you'll get to be on the look out for newer Nintendo Switch games, too, and maybe even revamped and better units since we've been hearing issues about the Nintendo Switch's Joy-Cons and docks.


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